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Cheater, Cheater: UGA Study Shows What Happens When Employees Feel Excluded at Work

16 hours ago − University of Georgia
Athens, Ga. – When employees feel left out, they act out. That's the message that new research from the University of Georgia Terry College of Business delivers as it explains why employees can become weasels to benefit their work group. …
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• Classroom Intervention Helps Shy Kids Learn − 23 hours ago
• Brief Intervention May Prevent Increased Risk of Depression in Teens − 23 hours ago
• Domestic Violence Likely More Frequent for Same-sex Couples − 3 days ago
• Even Without Kids, Couples Eat Frequent Family Meals − 3 days ago
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Brain Scans Show We Take Risks Because We Can't Stop Ourselves

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Narrow Focus on Physical Activity Could Be Ruining Kids' Playtime
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A low-cost, one-time intervention that educates teens about the changeable nature of personality traits may prevent an increase in depressive symptoms often seen during the transition to high school,…
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Infants Are Sensitive to Pleasant Touch
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Domestic Violence Likely More Frequent for Same-sex Couples
CHICAGO --- Domestic violence occurs at least as frequently, and likely even more so, between same-sex couples compared to opposite-sex couples, according to a review of literature by Northwestern…
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UT Dallas Study Uncovers Factors in Students' Reporting of Weapons at School

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Middle School Dilemma: Girls' Body Image Affected by Older Peers
Los Angeles, CA (September 18, 2014) The media is highly criticized for contributing to body image issues in adolescents. However, a study out today in Psychology of Women Quarterly…
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Psychiatry

Blood Test May Help Determine Who Is at Risk for Psychosis


16 hours ago − University of North Carolina Health Care
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Children & Parents

Hold On, Tiger Mom


16 hours ago − University of California - Riverside
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• Spouse's Personality Influences Career Success, Study Finds − 4 days ago
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• Babies Learn Words Differently as They Age, Researcher Finds − 5 days ago
 
Chronic Stress

Spouse's Personality Influences Career Success, Study Finds


4 days ago − Washington University in St. Louis
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• Bully Victims More Likely to Suffer Night Terrors And Nightmares by Age 12 − 11 days ago
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Alcoholism
Mindfulness Protects Adults' Health from the Impacts of Childhood Adversity

7 days ago − Temple University
Adults who were abused or neglected as children are known to have poorer health, but adults who tend to focus on and accept their reactions to the present moment—or are mindful—report having better health, regardless of their childhood adversity. These findings, to be published in the October issue of Preventive Medicine, are based on the first study ever conducted to examine the relationship between childhood adversity, mindfulness, and health.…
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Learning

Childhood Mentors Have Positive Impact on Career Success


11 days ago − North Carolina State University
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Women's Studies, Gender

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23 hours ago − St. Michael's Hospital
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Political Behavior

UT Dallas Study Uncovers Factors in Students' Reporting of Weapons at School


4 days ago − University of Texas at Dallas
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• Liberal Countries Have More Satisfied Citizens While Conservatives Are Happier Individuals − 13 days ago
 
Conflict
Fighting Parents Hurt Children's Ability to Recognize And Regulate Emotions

5 days ago − New York University
Exposure to verbal and physical aggression between parents may hurt a child's ability to identify and control emotions, according to a longitudinal study led by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. The findings, which appear in the journal Development and Psychopathology, also suggest that household chaos and prolonged periods of poverty during early childhood may take a substantial toll on the emotional adjustment of young…
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Violence Behaivior
Domestic Violence Likely More Frequent for Same-sex Couples

3 days ago − Northwestern University
CHICAGO --- Domestic violence occurs at least as frequently, and likely even more so, between same-sex couples compared to opposite-sex couples, according to a review of literature by Northwestern Medicine scientists. …
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