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Why some of your old work commitments never seem to go away
You can quit work commitments if you want - but some of them never really leave you, new research suggests. (2018-01-18)
Moms, sisters, wives rank among more 'difficult' kin
Most of us put up with whiners, naggers, control freaks and other annoying people in our lives for good reason - we're related to them. (2018-01-18)
Cutting the cord is easier said than done
Chances are someone in your life causes a lot of tension and stress. (2018-01-17)
Research reveals that wealth may drive preference for short-term relationships
According to new research by psychologists at Swansea University, resource-rich environments may cause people to favor short-term relationships. (2018-01-16)
Tracking the impact of early abuse and neglect
Maltreatment experienced before age 5 can have negative effects that continue to be seen nearly three decades later, according to a new study led by Lee Raby, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Utah. (2018-01-16)
The more competitive, the more passionate in romantic relationships
Americans are more passionate toward their romantic partners than Japanese people are because Americans live in social environments in which people have greater freedom to choose and replace their partners, a team of Japanese researchers suggest. (2018-01-15)
Clothes make the woman: Less empathy towards women showing more skin
Sexualized representations, especially the emphasis of secondary sexual characteristics, can change the way we perceive an individual. (2018-01-11)
Stressed out? Try smelling your partner's shirt
The scent of a romantic partner can help lower stress levels, new psychology research from the University of British Columbia has found. (2018-01-04)
Researchers examine social functioning in middle-aged adults with autism spectrum disorders
A new Autism Research report describes the social functioning of 169 adults with autism spectrum disorders in mid-life who were first identified with autism in childhood in the 1980s. (2017-12-20)
Lower class wiser about interpersonal conflict than middle class
New research from the University of Waterloo finds that lower class populations are wiser than their middle-class counterparts in their ability to reason about interpersonal matters. (2017-12-20)
Robot drummer posts pictures of jamming sessions on Facebook
Scientists have developed a drumming robot that plays along with human keyboard players and posts pictures of the sessions on Facebook. (2017-12-20)
After the diagnosis: How cancer affects sexual functioning
A cancer diagnosis disrupts a person's life in many ways, including sexually. (2017-12-20)
Friend or foe? How the unconscious mind picks out faces in a crowd
Imagine you're walking down a busy street like Times Square in New York. (2017-12-19)
Discovery of ruins of ancient Turkic monument surrounded by 14 pillars with inscriptions
A joint excavation team from Osaka University and the Institute of History and Archaeology of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences discovered the ruins of a unique monument surrounded by 14 large stone pillars with Turkic Runic inscriptions arranged in a square on the steppe called Dongoin shiree in eastern Mongolia during their three-year (2015 ~ 2017) joint excavation. (2017-12-18)
Father's rejection may increase child's social anxiety, loneliness
Healthy relationships with their parents are vital for adolescents' development and well-being, according to Penn State researchers who say rejection from fathers may lead to increases in social anxiety and loneliness. (2017-12-13)
Study reveals high relationship quality in same-sex couples
A new Family Relations study provides robust evidence against deep-rooted social perceptions of same-sex relationships being conflictual, unhappy, and dysfunctional. (2017-12-13)
NREL research finds a sweet spot for engineering better cellulose-degrading enzymes
Researchers from the US Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have gained new insights into how glycosylation--the natural attachment of sugars to proteins--affects a key cellulase enzyme. (2017-12-12)
Discrimination harms your health -- and your partner's
Discrimination not only harms the health and well-being of the victim, but the victim's romantic partner as well, indicates new research led by a Michigan State University scholar. (2017-12-07)
Broader gun restrictions lead to fewer intimate partner homicides
State laws that restrict gun ownership among domestic abusers and others with violent histories appear to significantly reduce intimate partner homicides, indicates a groundbreaking national study led by a Michigan State University researcher. (2017-11-29)
A fear of getting dumped kills romance and commitment
Can the fear of a relationship ending actually lessen love and cause a break-up? (2017-11-28)
What does it mean for the husband when his wife keeps her own surname?
When a woman chooses not to take her husband's surname after marriage, people perceive her husband as being higher in traits related to femininity and lower in traits related to masculinity. (2017-11-21)
MRI uncovers brain abnormalities in people with depression and anxiety
Researchers using MRI have discovered a common pattern of structural abnormalities in the brains of people with depression and social anxiety, according to a new study. (2017-11-20)
Anticholinergic cognitive burden scale helps identify risk of adverse outcomes
Anticholinergic burden assessed with the Anticholinergic Cognitive Burden Scale consistently shows dose-response relationships with a variety of adverse outcomes. (2017-11-20)
Resident physician is shaped by a difficult patient's life and death
When a patient dies in the early years of a resident's training, the resident gains insights into the complicated relationships that can mark patients' lives and deaths. (2017-11-20)
When male voles drink alcohol, but their partner doesn't, their relationship suffers
Researchers find that the relationship between prairie vole couples suffers when the male has access to alcohol, but his female partner doesn't - similar to what has been observed in human couples. (2017-11-17)
Love actually: Americans agree on what makes people 'feel the love'
Americans may disagree on many things, but love might not be one of them. (2017-11-06)
What do piranhas and goldfish have in common?
In a paper published in print in Systematic Biology, researchers including some of the biggest names in ichthyology from LSU and universities and museums across the US and Mexico used highly conserved regions of animal genomes, called ultraconserved elements (UCEs), to compile one of the most data-rich phylogenies of fishes to date. (2017-11-03)
Co-parenting after the end of a violent marriage: What does the first year look like?
Intimate partner violence is not uncommon among divorcing couples. Whether a woman experienced intimate partner violence during marriage -- and the kind of violence she experienced -- has an impact on how well she and her former partner are able to co-parent after separation. (2017-11-01)
Is he really that into you?
New research published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology finds that women who were reminded of a time that their dad was absent from their lives -- or who actually experienced poor quality fathering while growing up -- perceived greater mating intent in the described behaviors of a hypothetical male dating partner and when talking with a man. (2017-11-01)
Saguaro and other towering cacti have a scrambled history
Biologists continue to debate the genealogy of the cactus family, even differing by a factor of 10 about how many different genera there are. (2017-10-23)
Parents' alcohol use can set the stage for teenage dating violence, study finds
Having a parent with an alcohol use disorder increases the risk for dating violence among teenagers, according to a study from the University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions. (2017-10-20)
Scientists pinpoint jealousy in the monogamous mind
Scientists find that in male titi monkeys, jealousy is associated with heightened activity in the cingulate cortex, an area of the brain associated with social pain in humans, and the lateral septum, associated with pair bond formation in primates. (2017-10-19)
Too many care practitioners guilty of applying traditional values to same-sex adoption
'...too many professionals involved in the adoption and fostering process are clinging on to traditional ideas of what constitutes a family...' (2017-10-19)
Specialized communication narratives help couples deal with miscarriage
Anywhere from 10 to 25 percent of clinically recognized pregnancies end in loss, according to the American Pregnancy Association, making miscarriage a socially significant health issue. (2017-10-19)
Whales and dolphins have rich 'human-like' cultures and societies
Whales and dolphins (cetaceans) live in tightly-knit social groups, have complex relationships, talk to each other and even have regional dialects -- much like human societies. (2017-10-16)
Young men are getting more out of 'bromances' than romances
Young men's 'bromances,' close friendships with other men, are more emotionally satisfying than their romantic relationships with women, finds a study out today in Men and Masculinities (a SAGE Publishing journal). (2017-10-12)
Risk factors for heart health linked to marital ups and downs -- at least for men
Risk factors for heart health seem to be linked to changes over time in the quality of marital relationships -- at least for men--finds a study published online in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. (2017-10-09)
Women use gossip to compete for a man's attention
Although both men and women gossip, women may be more likely to use gossiping and rumour-mongering as tactics to badmouth a potential rival who is competing for a man's attention. (2017-10-04)
Children with craniofacial defects face most difficult social pressures in grade school
Elementary school children with craniofacial anomalies show the highest levels of anxiety, depression and difficulties in peer interactions when compared to youths with craniofacial defects in middle and high schools. (2017-09-28)
Teachers report weaker relationships with students of color, children of immigrants
The relationship between teachers and students is a critical factor for academic success. (2017-09-26)
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