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An Apple a Day Brings More Apples Your Way

4 days ago − Cornell Food & Brand Lab
We have all been told not to grocery shop on an empty stomach, but what other tips can help us shop, and consequently eat, healthier? Cornell researchers Aner Tal, PhD and Brian Wansink, PhD (author of Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life) found that shoppers can be primed to buy more produce when they eat a healthy item before shopping. In fact, their new research, published…
• Higher Levels of Inattention at Age 7 Linked with Lower GCSE Grades − 2 days ago
• Chapman University Research on the Yoga Market from 1980 to the Present − 2 days ago
• Gambling Is All an Illusion − 3 days ago
• Giving to Charity: Feeling Love Means Doing More for Distant Strangers − 4 days ago
• Can Cheap Wine Taste Great? Brain Imaging And Marketing Placebo Effects − 4 days ago
• New Study Links Drinking Behaviors with Mortality − 4 days ago
• The Victimization Quandry: to Help Victims We Have to Stop Blaming Them − 4 days ago
• Good Things in Store for Retailers − 2 days ago
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04-29-15

An Apple a Day Brings More Apples Your Way

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05-01-15

Higher Levels of Inattention at Age 7 Linked with Lower GCSE Grades
New research has shown that children who display increasing levels of inattention at the age of seven are at risk of worse academic outcomes in their GCSE examinations. …
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05-01-15

Chapman University Research on the Yoga Market from 1980 to the Present
ORANGE, Calif. - Researchers in Chapman University's Argyros School of Business and Economics and their collaborators have just published a study on the evolution of yoga in the marketplace.…
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04-27-15

'Chemo Brain' Is Real, Say UBC Researchers

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04-30-15

Gambling Is All an Illusion
Pathological gamblers "see" patterns in things that are actually quite random and not really there, to such a degree that they are quite willing to impulsively bet good money…
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12-06-13

Frequent Cell Phone Use Linked to Anxiety, Lower Grades And Reduced Happiness in Students

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04-29-15

Can Cheap Wine Taste Great? Brain Imaging And Marketing Placebo Effects
When consumers taste cheap wine and rate it highly because they believe it is expensive, is it because prejudice has blinded them to the actual taste, or has prejudice…
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12-11-13

Musical Myth

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04-02-12

Sweden's Largest Facebook Study: A Survey of 1,000 Swedish Facebook Users

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09-08-14

New Research Shows That There Could Be Increased Numbers of Psychopaths in Senior Managerial Positions And High Levels of Business

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04-29-15

Giving to Charity: Feeling Love Means Doing More for Distant Strangers
Marketers often use positive emotions such as hope, pride, love, and compassion interchangeably to encourage people to donate to charitable causes. But these distinct emotions can lead to different…
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05-01-15

Good Things in Store for Retailers
Shopping online or in catalogs is great for many reasons: to while away time on a snowy day; to avoid the holiday crush at the local mall; to do…
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04-29-15

New Study Links Drinking Behaviors with Mortality
A new University of Colorado Boulder study involving some 40,000 people indicates that social and psychological problems caused by drinking generally trump physically hazardous drinking behaviors when it comes…
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02-04-14

Brain Scans Show We Take Risks Because We Can't Stop Ourselves

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Psychiatry
Children with ADHD at Risk for Binge Eating, Study Shows

4 days ago − Johns Hopkins Medicine
Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, are significantly more likely to have an eating disorder -- a loss of control eating syndrome (LOC-ES) -- akin to binge eating, a condition more generally diagnosed only in adults, according to results of a new Johns Hopkins Children's Center study. The findings, reported ahead of print April 9 in the International Journal of Eating Disorders, suggest a common biological mechanism…
• Childhood Bullying Causes Worse Long-term Mental Health Problems Than Maltreatment − 5 days ago
• The Lancet Psychiatry: Childhood Bullying Has Worse Effects on Mental Health in Young Adulthood Than Being Maltreated − 5 days ago
• Victims of Bullying Fare Worse in the Long Run Than Maltreated Children − 5 days ago
• Study Finds Cardiorespiratory Fitness Contributes to Successful Brain Aging − 6 days ago
• Youths Who Survive Self-poisoning Continue to Be at Risk of Suicide for Years − 6 days ago
• Borderline Personality Disorder as Debilitating as Bipolar Disorder − 10 days ago
 
Children & Parents

One in 3 Young Adults with Autism Disconnected from Work And School


12 days ago − Drexel University
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• Can a Parent's Concerns Predict Autism? − 9 days ago
• Resilience, Not Abstinence, May Help Teens Battle Online Risk − 10 days ago
• Failing to Provide for Kids Leads to Aggression And Delinquency, According to New Study − 11 days ago
• Higher Levels of Inattention at Age 7 Linked with Lower GCSE Grades − 2 days ago
• Getting Foster Youth Through College Will Take Structured Support, Study Concludes − 13 days ago
 
Chronic Stress

Researchers Successfully Measure the Duende of Flamenco Dancers


1 months ago − University of Granada
• The Right Programs Can Help College Students Suffering from Depression, Anxiety And Stress − 11 days ago
• Heart Attack Risk High in Divorced Women, Even After Remarrying − 18 days ago
• Childhood Self-control Linked to Enhanced Job Prospects Throughout Life − 19 days ago
• Mortality And Blood Pressure Directly Linked to Relationship Quality − 25 days ago
• Posttraumatic Stress Can Have Profound Effects on Sexual Health − 26 days ago
• Veterans' Avoidant Coping Interfers with Transition to University Life − 1 months ago
 
Alcoholism
New Study Links Drinking Behaviors with Mortality

4 days ago − University of Colorado at Boulder
A new University of Colorado Boulder study involving some 40,000 people indicates that social and psychological problems caused by drinking generally trump physically hazardous drinking behaviors when it comes to overall mortality rates. …
• Educating College Students on Drinking Risks Can Temporarily Help Lessen Drinking Behaviors − 2 months ago
• A Lower IQ Has Been Linked to Greater And Riskier Drinking among Young Adult Men − 2 months ago
• Chronic Alcohol Intake Can Damage White Matter Pathways Across the Entire Brain − 5 months ago
• Mindfulness Protects Adults' Health from the Impacts of Childhood Adversity − 7 months ago
• Study Finds Less Domestic Violence among Married Couples Who Smoke Pot − 8 months ago
• What Drives a Child to Abuse Alcohol? − 9 months ago
 
Learning

Medical Education: Guiding Professional Identity to Prevent Burnout


4 days ago − Brown University
• How to Approach Your Boss About a Treadmill Desk − 12 days ago
• Living Life in the Third Person − 12 days ago
• Literacy App Improves School Readiness in At-risk Preschoolers − 13 days ago
• Science of Learning Can Help Parents, Developers Grade Educational Apps − 13 days ago
• Mentally Stepping Back from Problems Helps Youth Deal with Negative Emotions − 18 days ago
 
Women's Studies, Gender

'Chemo Brain' Is Real, Say UBC Researchers


6 days ago − University of British Columbia
• Failing to Provide for Kids Leads to Aggression And Delinquency, According to New Study − 11 days ago
• Addressing the Needs of Young Women with Disorders of Sex Development − 12 days ago
• Young Women Objectify Themselves More Browsing Facebook And Magazines Than Media Types − 16 days ago
• Professional Golfers Live a Lonely Life in the Midst of Rivalries on a Meager Income − 16 days ago
• Men Donate Competitively on Women's Fundraising Webpages − 17 days ago
 
Political Behavior

Outside CEOs Could Rejuvenate Struggling Businesses


1 months ago − University of Missouri-Columbia
• Kindergartners Who Shared iPads in Class Scored Higher on Achievement Tests − 23 days ago
• The Victimization Quandry: to Help Victims We Have to Stop Blaming Them − 4 days ago
• Internet Searches Create Illusion of Personal Knowledge, Research Finds − 1 months ago
• Thinking of Your Life as a Novel − 1 months ago
• Die-hard College Sports Fans Defy Expectations − 1 months ago
 
Conflict
Is Your Busy Schedule Affecting Your Health? Time Might Not Be the Problem

2 months ago − American Marketing Association
The modern schedule is infamously frantic, leaving many of us feeling constantly pressed for time. But that feeling may not have much to do with time itself, according to a new study in the Journal of Marketing Research. …
• Climate Science Literacy Unrelated to Public Acceptance of Human-caused Global Warming − 2 months ago
• People Who Believe They Were 'Born That Way' More Inclined to Blame God for Bad Behavior − 2 months ago
• Marital 'Long-timers' Have a 'Modest Rebound' in Sexual Frequency After 50 Years − 2 months ago
• Does a Competent Leader Make a Good Friend? − 2 months ago
• Negative Patient-doctor Communication Could Worsen Symptoms − 3 months ago
 
Violence Behaivior

Would You Rather Work for Megatron Or Optimus Prime?


5 days ago − University of Nebraska-Lincoln
• Mental Disorders Don't Predict Future Violence − 8 days ago
• Failing to Provide for Kids Leads to Aggression And Delinquency, According to New Study − 11 days ago
• Violent Video Games Not Linked to Aggression in Adults with Autism − 19 days ago
• Brain Scans Reveal How People 'Justify' Killing − 25 days ago
• Bullying by Students with Disabilities Reduced by Social-emotional Learning − 1 months ago
 
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