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When the Boss's Ethical Behavior Breaks Bad

Yesterday − Michigan State University
EAST LANSING, Mich. -- Is your boss ethical? Does he or she do what's right, as opposed to what's profitable? If so, they may turn downright abusive the next day. New research on leader behavior by Russell Johnson, associate professor of management at Michigan State University, suggests ethical conduct leads to mental exhaustion and the "moral licensing" to lash out at employees. …
• Memory Replay Prioritizes High-reward Memories − Yesterday
• Alliterative Product Promotions Pique Purchasers − Yesterday
• Male Biology Students Consistently Underestimate Female Peers, Study Finds − Yesterday
• Feeling Older Increases Risk of Hospitalization, Study Says − Yesterday
• What 'Tainted' Engagement Rings Reveal About Consumer Expectations − 2 days ago
• I Want Her to Want Me: Where Men, Sex And Personality Meet − 2 days ago
• Hope for Peace May Be Encouraged by Enemies in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict − 2 days ago
• Better Definition Needed for Reasonable Medical Certainty in Child Abuse Cases − 2 days ago
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02-12-16

When the Boss's Ethical Behavior Breaks Bad

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02-12-16

Male Biology Students Consistently Underestimate Female Peers, Study Finds
p>Female college students are more likely to abandon studies in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines than their male classmates, and new research from the University of Washington…
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02-12-16

Alliterative Product Promotions Pique Purchasers
New research shows that promotional messages that use alliteration - the phonetic overlap of the beginnings of words - hold a greater appeal for consumers than non-alliterative messages, even…
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02-12-16

Memory Replay Prioritizes High-reward Memories

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02-11-16

What 'Tainted' Engagement Rings Reveal About Consumer Expectations

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02-12-16

Feeling Older Increases Risk of Hospitalization, Study Says
WASHINGTON -- People who feel older than their peers are more likely to be hospitalized as they age, regardless of their actual age or other demographic factors, according to…
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02-11-16

I Want Her to Want Me: Where Men, Sex And Personality Meet
A man walks into a bar. He thinks the attractive woman smiling at him from across the room wants to have sex with him. True? Or is it all…
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11-20-15

The Search for Happiness: Using MRI to Find Where Happiness Happens

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02-11-16

Learning About Struggles of Famous Scientists May Help Students Succeed in Science
WASHINGTON -- High school students may improve their science grades by learning about the personal struggles and failed experiments of great scientists such as Albert Einstein and Marie Curie,…
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02-11-16

Better Definition Needed for Reasonable Medical Certainty in Child Abuse Cases
Physicians use different definitions of "reasonable medical certainty" when testifying as expert witnesses in child abuse cases. The variability is troubling because it could result in flawed rulings, according…
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02-11-16

Hope for Peace May Be Encouraged by Enemies in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Jewish Israelis may feel more hopeful when they hear messages of hope from Palestinians regardless of whether they are portrayed as peace activists or former militia members who had…
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02-11-16

'Grit' Adds Little to Prediction of Academic Achievement
Personality characteristics - especially conscientiousness - have previously been shown to have a significant but moderate influence on academic achievement. However, a new study from the Institute of Psychiatry,…
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12-17-15

Minorities Less Likely to Trust Physicians, Penn Research Reveals

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Psychiatry
Combination Drug Targeting Opioid System May Help Relieve Treatment-resistant Depression

Yesterday − Massachusetts General Hospital
A clinical trial of an experimental drug for treatment-resistant major depression finds that modulation of the endogenous opioid system may improve the effectiveness of drugs that target the action of serotonin and related monoamine neurotransmitters. In their paper published online in the American Journal of Psychiatry, a multi-institutional research team reports that adding treatment with ALKS-5461, a medication that combines two drugs with complementary effects on different opioid receptors,…
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Children & Parents

Ability to Navigate Between Cultures Is Good for Mexican-American Youth


3 days ago − University of Missouri-Columbia
• Study Sheds Light on Source of Drug Addicts Risk-taking Behavior − 3 days ago
• 'Grit' Adds Little to Prediction of Academic Achievement − 2 days ago
• Innate Teaching Skills 'Part of Human Nature' − 4 days ago
• Persistent ADHD Associated with Overly Critical Parents − 5 days ago
• Faces of Black Children as Young as 5 Evoke Negative Biases − 5 days ago
• Gambling Is Associated with 'Risk-taking Behavior' in Young Teens, Study Finds − 8 days ago
 
Chronic Stress

Moms, You Think Babies Are Tough? Wait Until Middle School


23 days ago − Arizona State University
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• Recent Studies Show Value of Technology And In-person Communications − 14 days ago
• Social Work Conference Urges Greater 'Father-friendly' Culture − 15 days ago
• University of Arizona Sociologists: Teen Pregnancy Not an Isolated Issue − 23 days ago
• Pregnancy And PTSD: Surprising Findings Could Help Moms-to-be at Risk − 3 days ago
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Alcoholism
Study Finds High Prevalence of Incapacitated Rape among College Women

2 months ago − Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs
PISCATAWAY, NJ - Some 15 percent of women are raped while incapacitated from alcohol or other drug use during their freshman year at college, according to new research. The report, published in the Nov. issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, also helps to offer a clearer idea of which college freshmen are at particular risk of what's known as 'incapacitated rape.' …
• Marriage Can Lead to Dramatic Reduction in Heavy Drinking in Young Adults − 6 months ago
• Biomarkers Higher in Binge Drinkers − 6 months ago
• Jealousy in a Romantic Relationship Can Lead to Alcohol Problems − 7 months ago
• New Study Links Drinking Behaviors with Mortality − 9 months ago
 
Learning
Study Sheds Light on Source of Drug Addicts Risk-taking Behavior

3 days ago − University of Rochester Medical Center
A study out today provides new insight into how the brains of drug addicts may be wired differently. The findings, which appear in the journal Psychopharmacology, show that while drug users have very strong motivation to seek out "rewards," they exhibit an impaired ability to adjust their behavior and are less fulfilled once they have achieved what they desire. Addressing this disconnect between the craving for a drug and…
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• Lasting Impressions: Psychologists Discover What Influences Our Food Choices − 14 days ago
 
Women's Studies, Gender
Male Biology Students Consistently Underestimate Female Peers, Study Finds

Yesterday − University of Washington
p>Female college students are more likely to abandon studies in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines than their male classmates, and new research from the University of Washington suggests that those male peers may play a key role in undermining their confidence. …
• Pregnancy And PTSD: Surprising Findings Could Help Moms-to-be at Risk − 3 days ago
• Exercise And Meditation - Together - Help Beat Depression − 3 days ago
• Faces of Black Children as Young as 5 Evoke Negative Biases − 5 days ago
• 'On-ramping' Paves the Way for Women Scientists, Engineers to Return to Academia − 8 days ago
• Incarceration of a Family Member During Childhood Associated with Heart Attacks in Men − 9 days ago
 
Political Behavior

UT Dallas Study: Most NFL Arrests Not for Violent Crimes


10 days ago − University of Texas at Dallas
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• Daughters of Interracial Parents More Likely Than Sons to Identify as Multiracial − 17 days ago
 
Conflict
Hope for Peace May Be Encouraged by Enemies in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

2 days ago − Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Jewish Israelis may feel more hopeful when they hear messages of hope from Palestinians regardless of whether they are portrayed as peace activists or former militia members who had attacked Israeli military targets, according to new research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science. …
• Daters Move Toward (or Away From) Marriage in Four Different Ways - Where Do You Fit? − 3 days ago
• Practice Makes Perfect: Switching Between Languages Pays Off − 10 days ago
• Media Narratives Counter Prejudice Attitudes − 14 days ago
• College Students' Internet Overuse Leads Families to Connect And Conflict, New Study Finds − 23 days ago
• Students with Influence over Peers Reduce School Bullying by 30 Percent − 1 months ago
 
Violence Behaivior

UT Dallas Study: Most NFL Arrests Not for Violent Crimes


10 days ago − University of Texas at Dallas
• Meaningful Media May Push Altruism Across Bounds of Race And Age − 8 days ago
• Taser Shock Disrupts Brain Function, Has Implications for Police Interrogations − 9 days ago
• Faces of Black Children as Young as 5 Evoke Negative Biases − 5 days ago
• Community-level Violence Linked to Teens' Risky Sexual Behavior − 18 days ago
• Personal History with Street Gangs Sparks U. of I. Graduate Student's Research − 23 days ago
 
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