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Trouble with Your Boss? Own It

3 days ago − Michigan State University
EAST LANSING, Mich. --- Don't get along with your boss? Your job performance may actually improve if the two of you can come to grips with the poor relationship. A new study led by Michigan State University business scholars finds that workers are more motivated if they and their supervisors see eye-to-eye about a bad relationship than if they have different views about their relationship. The findings are…
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Conscious
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Social
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Declining Loneliness among American Teenagers
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Children
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Drugs
11-24-14
Teens Prescribed Anti-anxiety Or Sleep Medications More Likely to Abuse Those Drugs Illegally
WASHINGTON - Teens prescribed anti-anxiety or sleep medications may be up to 12 times more likely to abuse those drugs illegally than teens who have never received a prescription,…
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Sleep
11-24-14
Teens Prescribed Anxiety, Sleep Medications Likelier to Illegally Abuse Them Later
ANN ARBOR--The medical community may be inadvertently creating a new generation of illegal, recreational drug users by prescribing anti-anxiety or sleep medications to teenagers, say University of Michigan researchers.…
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Threat
11-24-14
Threats of Terrorism Perceived Differently Depending on Identification Within a Group
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Couples
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Experience with Family Verbal Conflict as a Child Can Help in Stressful Situations as an Adult
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Cues
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The Sound of Status: People Know High-power Voices When They Hear Them
Being in a position of power can fundamentally change the way you speak, altering basic acoustic properties of the voice, and other people are able to pick up on…
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Not All Baseball Stars Treated Equally in TV Steroid Coverage, Says Study of Network News

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People
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Sense
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Psychiatry
Suicide Risk Falls Substantially After Talk Therapy

6 hours ago − Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
Repeat suicide attempts and deaths by suicide were roughly 25 percent lower among a group of Danish people who underwent voluntary short-term psychosocial counseling after a suicide attempt, new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led research suggests. …
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Children & Parents

Cookie Monster Teaches Self-control (w/Video)


9 days ago − University of Iowa
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Chronic Stress

Virtual Reality Helps People to Comfort And Accept Themselves


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Alcoholism
Chronic Alcohol Intake Can Damage White Matter Pathways Across the Entire Brain

5 days ago − Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research
Chronic misuse of alcohol results in measurable damage to the brain. Chronic drinking may be particularly damaging to the integrity of frontal white matter tracts, which can interfere with cognitive and inhibitory control that, in turn, is important to achieve and maintain abstinence. A new study has used high-resolution structural magnetic resonance (MR) scans to determine the brain's regional vulnerability to chronic alcohol abuse, finding that abstinent alcoholics have…
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Learning

Self-regulation Intervention Boosts School Readiness of At-risk Children, Study Shows


6 hours ago − Oregon State University
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Women's Studies, Gender
Teens Prescribed Anxiety, Sleep Medications Likelier to Illegally Abuse Them Later

6 hours ago − University of Michigan
ANN ARBOR--The medical community may be inadvertently creating a new generation of illegal, recreational drug users by prescribing anti-anxiety or sleep medications to teenagers, say University of Michigan researchers. Teens prescribed anxiety or sleep medications are up to 12 times more likely to abuse those drugs than those who had never had a prescription, either by using someone else's prescription pills or to get high or experiment, according…
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Political Behavior

It Pays to Have an Eye for Emotions


4 days ago − University of Bonn
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Conflict
Experience with Family Verbal Conflict as a Child Can Help in Stressful Situations as an Adult

4 hours ago − International Communication Association
Washington, DC (November 26, 2014) - The holiday season gives people the opportunity to reconnect with friends and family each year. Sometimes these interactions can be stressful, especially around the Thanksgiving table where a heated debate can occur. How come some people are better at handling these stressful interactions than others? A recent study published in the journal Human Communication Research by researchers at Rollins College and The Pennsylvania…
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Violence Behaivior
Experience with Family Verbal Conflict as a Child Can Help in Stressful Situations as an Adult

4 hours ago − International Communication Association
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