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Football Concussion Update: Player-on-player Hits Cause More Serious Head Impacts

5 days ago − University of Georgia
In football, player-vs.-player hits will likely cause more severe head impacts than other impacts, according to a new study by a University of Georgia researcher. The research also points to potential rule changes to further protect players. …
• Pain of Rejection Makes Us More Likely to Commit Fraud − 22 hours ago
• Developmental Differences in Late Preterm Babies May Not Emerge Until After Age 2 − Yesterday
• Does a Dementia Diagnosis Have a Silver Lining? Study Suggests It Can − Yesterday
• Why Do Consumers Participate in 'Green' Programs? − 4 days ago
• When It Comes to Empathy, Don't Always Trust Your Gut − 4 days ago
• Preparing to Interview for Your Dream Job? Better Go in Person − 22 hours ago
• Sexual Minority Youth Have Higher Rates of Disordered Eating Behaviors − 5 days ago
• Background Noise May Hinder Toddlers' Ability to Learn Words − 5 days ago
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07-21-16

Football Concussion Update: Player-on-player Hits Cause More Serious Head Impacts

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07-25-16

Developmental Differences in Late Preterm Babies May Not Emerge Until After Age 2
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Developmental differences in babies born 4 to 6 weeks early may not show up until after they turn two, a new study suggests. Researchers…
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07-26-16

Preparing to Interview for Your Dream Job? Better Go in Person
WASHINGTON (July 25, 2016)--A new study examining the effects of technology-mediated interviews found in-person interviews yielded better impressions for the company and the candidate. The paper, "Technology in the…
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07-26-16

Pain of Rejection Makes Us More Likely to Commit Fraud
People commit fraud because they are unhappy about being rejected, a new study in Frontiers in Psychology has found. Many of us might not professional criminals, however when…
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07-22-16

Why Do Consumers Participate in 'Green' Programs?

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07-22-16

When It Comes to Empathy, Don't Always Trust Your Gut
WASHINGTON -- Is empathy the result of gut intuition or careful reasoning? Research published by the American Psychological Association suggests that, contrary to popular belief, the latter may be…
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07-25-16

Does a Dementia Diagnosis Have a Silver Lining? Study Suggests It Can
LEXINGTON, KY. (July 25, 2016) -- Results from a study of patients with a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment or early dementia indicates that their outlook isn't as dark…
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12-10-13

Awkward Facebook Encounters
EVANSTON, Ill. --- A friend posts a picture on Facebook that shows you picking food out of your teeth. Awkward! Such Facebook faux pas are common. But depending…
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07-21-16

Sexual Minority Youth Have Higher Rates of Disordered Eating Behaviors
Sexual minority boys and girls are more likely to purge or take laxatives, use diet pills, or fast to lose weight than their straight peers, and those disordered eating…
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07-21-16

Background Noise May Hinder Toddlers' Ability to Learn Words
The environments children are in, including how much and what kinds of stimulation they are exposed to, influence what and how they learn. One important task for children is…
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07-20-16

Higher-income Students Have an Edge When It Comes to Working Memory
TORONTO, ON - University of Toronto and MIT researchers have discovered important differences between lower and higher-income children in their ability to use "working memory," a key brain function…
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07-20-16

Come on Baby, (re)light My Fire
Many couples find that their sexual desire has dwindled over time. It's not unusual for partners who could not keep their hands off each to gradually lose interest. But…
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07-21-16

Does Social Status Affect Generosity?

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07-21-16

Here's Why Run-down Schools Trigger Low Test Scores
ITHACA, N.Y. - Social scientists have known for several years that kids enrolled in run-down schools miss more classes and have lower test scores than students at well-maintained schools.…
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Psychiatry

Potential New Target Identified for Treating Itch


7 days ago − Washington University School of Medicine
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Children & Parents

Dads Play Key Role in Child Development


12 days ago − Michigan State University
• Background Noise May Hinder Toddlers' Ability to Learn Words − 5 days ago
• Higher-income Students Have an Edge When It Comes to Working Memory − 6 days ago
• Study Shows Changes in Brain Activity After Mindfulness Therapy in Adolescents − 6 days ago
• Hungry Parents May Feed Their Kids More, UF Study Finds − 12 days ago
• Reducing Racial Bias Possible in Older Children, Finds UBC Study − 12 days ago
• Developmental Differences in Late Preterm Babies May Not Emerge Until After Age 2 − Yesterday
 
Chronic Stress

Dads Play Key Role in Child Development


12 days ago − Michigan State University
• More Evidence That Male And Female Brains Are Wired Differently − 12 days ago
• Students' PTSD Symptoms Fluctuate Greatly During First Year of College − 12 days ago
• One-third of Students Report Elevated Psychological Distress, CAMH Survey Shows − 5 days ago
• Workplace Climate, Not Women's 'Nature,' Responsible for Gender-based Job Stress − 14 days ago
• Early Screening Spots Emergency Workers at Greater Risk of Mental Illness − 28 days ago
• Liberals, Conservatives Differ in Response to Bin Laden's Death − 28 days ago
 
Alcoholism
Brain Images Reveal First Physical Evidence That AA Prayers Reduce Cravings

2 months ago − NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine
Long-term members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) report little or no craving for alcohol, but why this happens remains poorly understood. …
• Study Finds High Prevalence of Incapacitated Rape among College Women − 8 months ago
 
Learning
Background Noise May Hinder Toddlers' Ability to Learn Words

5 days ago − Society for Research in Child Development
The environments children are in, including how much and what kinds of stimulation they are exposed to, influence what and how they learn. One important task for children is zeroing in on the information that's relevant to what they're learning and ignoring what isn't. A new study has found that the presence of background noise in the home or at school makes it more difficult for toddlers to learn…
• Here's Why Run-down Schools Trigger Low Test Scores − 5 days ago
• Playing Action Video Games Boosts Visual Motor Skill Underlying Driving − 13 days ago
• Genetics Play Role in Character Traits Related to Academic Success, Study Says − 14 days ago
• Brain Pathway Contributes to Restraining from Food Temptation Triggered by Environmental Cues − 14 days ago
• Religion Shown to Steer Adolescents Away from Pornography − 20 days ago
 
Women's Studies, Gender
Does a Dementia Diagnosis Have a Silver Lining? Study Suggests It Can

Yesterday − University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KY. (July 25, 2016) -- Results from a study of patients with a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment or early dementia indicates that their outlook isn't as dark as expected. A group of scientists from the University of Kentucky's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging asked 48 men and women with early dementia or mild cognitive impairment (MCI) a series of questions about their quality of life and personal…
• Come on Baby, (re)light My Fire − 6 days ago
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• Hungry Parents May Feed Their Kids More, UF Study Finds − 12 days ago
• More Evidence That Male And Female Brains Are Wired Differently − 12 days ago
• Income Inequality Leads Millennials to Start Families Before Marriage − 12 days ago
 
Political Behavior

Reading Harry Potter Lowers Americans' Opinions of Donald Trump


6 days ago − University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication
• Religiosity Diminishes Conservative Opposition to Eco-friendly Buying − 14 days ago
• Why Clinton And Trump Backers Don't Mix − 18 days ago
• Boredom Can Lead to More Extreme Political Views − 19 days ago
• Does Home Comfort Promote Complacency? − 21 days ago
• Could Growing Internet Use Inspire More Democratic Uprisings? − 28 days ago
 
Conflict

Reading Harry Potter Lowers Americans' Opinions of Donald Trump


6 days ago − University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication
• Why Clinton And Trump Backers Don't Mix − 18 days ago
• A Recipe for Friendship: Similar Food − 19 days ago
• Could Growing Internet Use Inspire More Democratic Uprisings? − 28 days ago
• Liberals, Conservatives Differ in Response to Bin Laden's Death − 28 days ago
• How Does Climate Affect Violence? Researchers Offer New Theory − 1 months ago
 
Violence Behaivior

Reading Harry Potter Lowers Americans' Opinions of Donald Trump


6 days ago − University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication
• How Does Climate Affect Violence? Researchers Offer New Theory − 1 months ago
• Researchers Offer New Theory on How Climate Affects Violence − 1 months ago
• Researchers Link Childhood Hunger, Violence Later in Life − 1 months ago
• Major Differences Between Women And Men Who Commit Deadly Violence − 1 months ago
• How Citizen Journalism Can Lead to Cyber Bullying − 1 months ago
 
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