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Anticipating Temptation May Reduce Unethical Behavior, Research Finds

13 hours ago − Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Why do good people do bad things? It's a question that has been pondered for centuries, and new research published by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology may offer some insights about when people succumb to versus resist ethical temptations. …
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• Hiding Your True Colors May Make You Feel Morally Tainted − Yesterday
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Odds Are That Chronic Gamblers Are Often Also Depressed
If a young man is a chronic gambler, the chances are extremely high that he also suffers from depression. This is one of the findings from a study led…
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Anticipating Temptation May Reduce Unethical Behavior, Research Finds
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All Sounds Made Equal in Melancholy
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 22, 2015 -- The room is loud with chatter. Glasses clink. Soft music, perhaps light jazz or strings, fills the air. Amidst all of these background…
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Emoticons May Signal Better Customer Service ;)
Online customer service agents who use emoticons and who are fast typists may have a better chance of putting smiles on their customers' faces during business-related text chats, according…
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05-21-15

Report on Expanded Success Initiative Points to Changes in Schools
A new report on New York City's Expanded Success Initiative (ESI), which is designed to boost college and career readiness among Black and Latino male students, finds that the…
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Online Safety: If You Want Something Done Right, Do It Yourself
When it comes to keeping online information safe from hackers and other criminals, it's up to the individual user to keep his or her data secure. Unfortunately, many…
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05-21-15

Hiding Your True Colors May Make You Feel Morally Tainted
The advice, whether from Shakespeare or a modern self-help guru, is common: Be true to yourself. New research suggests that this drive for authenticity -- living in accordance with…
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05-20-15

Study Findings Linking Ovulation, Racial Bias Questioned
Is ovulation related to higher racial bias? Though recent research, from Michigan State University, suggested that there was a link, new research from the University of Chicago Booth School…
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Study Sheds New Light on the Impact of Video Gaming on the Brain
A new study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B by the teams of Dr. Gregory West (Assistant Professor at the Université de Montréal) and Dr.…
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People Tend to Locate the Self in the Brain Or the Heart
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New Studies Contradict Earlier Findings on Rett Syndrome

2 days ago − University of Iowa Health Care
Independent reproduction of other scientists' results is a cornerstone of solid research, but scientists are rarely recognized for successfully reproducing published findings, much less for demonstrating that scientific findings cannot be reproduced. However, failure to reproduce a finding may suggest doubt about the robustness of the original work, which carries implications for anyone looking to build on those findings. …
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Children & Parents

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Chronic Stress

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9 days ago − FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology
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Alcoholism
New Study Links Drinking Behaviors with Mortality

23 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. …
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Learning

Subconscious Learning Shapes Pain Responses


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Women's Studies, Gender

Latin-American Immigrants 'Social Climate' Is More Tolerant to Intimate Partner Violence


9 days ago − FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology
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Conflict

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Violence Behaivior
Odds Are That Chronic Gamblers Are Often Also Depressed

Yesterday − Springer
If a young man is a chronic gambler, the chances are extremely high that he also suffers from depression. This is one of the findings from a study led by Frédéric Dussault of the University of Quebec at Montreal in Canada. Published in Springer's Journal of Gambling Studies, it is the first to investigate the extent to which gambling and depression develop hand-in-hand from the teenage years to early…
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