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Picture This: Technology Tightens the Focus on Who's Watching Women

11 hours ago − University of Cincinnati
A new analysis is being called the first of its kind to examine visual attention and gender in social groups, and how those observations can influence the behavior of who's getting the looks. The research by Mary Jean Amon, a doctoral student in the University of Cincinnati's psychology program, is published in the current online issue of the journal, Frontiers in Psychology. …
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• Psychopathic Violent Offenders' Brains Can't Understand Punishment − Yesterday
• Seeing Selves as Overweight May Be Self-fulfilling Prophecy for Some Teens − Yesterday
• Negative Patient-doctor Communication Could Worsen Symptoms − Yesterday
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Negative Patient-doctor Communication Could Worsen Symptoms
Doctors who unintentionally communicate to patients that they do not believe or understand them could actually make their symptoms worse, a new study suggests. …
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'Kindness Curriculum' Boosts School Success in Preschoolers
MADISON, Wis. -- Over the course of 12 weeks, twice a week, the prekindergarten students learned their ABCs. Attention, breath and body, caring practice -- clearly not the standard…
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Seeing Selves as Overweight May Be Self-fulfilling Prophecy for Some Teens
Teens who mistakenly perceive themselves as overweight are actually at greater risk of obesity as adults, according to research findings forthcoming in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association…
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Diversity in Developmental Trajectories in Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Preschool children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) differed from each other in symptom severity and adaptive functioning at the time of diagnosis and some of these differences appeared to…
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Communication Is Key When Dealing with Aging Parents
Headstrong elderly parents and their adult children may be able to find common ground with proper intervention, according to researchers in human development. Recent findings suggest that both…
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Dutch Babies Trump US Peers in Laughing, Smiling, Cuddling
PULLMAN, Wash.--Dutch babies laugh, smile and like to cuddle more than their American counterparts. A new study examining temperamental differences between U.S. and Dutch babies found infants born…
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Brain Study Sheds Light on How Children with Autism Process Social Play
Brain scans confirm significant differences in play behavior, brain activation patterns and stress levels in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as compared with typically developing children. In…
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Playing with Puzzles And Blocks May Build Children's Spatial Skills
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Psychiatry

MRIs Link Impaired Brain Activity to Inability to Regulate Emotions in Autism


Yesterday − University of North Carolina Health Care
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Children & Parents

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11 hours ago − University at Buffalo
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Chronic Stress

Crime Victims' Institute Investigates Human Trafficking


8 days ago − Human sex trafficking is a serious problem both domestically and internationally and enhanced education is necessary to address the risk factors for entry into the sex trade, the physical and mental health consequences of victimization, and institutional responses to victims, according to a new series published by the Crime Victims' Institute at Sam Houston State University.
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Alcoholism
Chronic Alcohol Intake Can Damage White Matter Pathways Across the Entire Brain

2 months 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

Concentrating on Word Sounds Helps Reading Instruction And Intervention


11 hours ago − University at Buffalo
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Women's Studies, Gender

Picture This: Technology Tightens the Focus on Who's Watching Women


11 hours ago − University of Cincinnati
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Political Behavior

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6 days ago − Michigan State University
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Conflict

Televised Medical Talk Shows: Health Education Or Entertainment?


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Violence Behaivior

Psychopathic Violent Offenders' Brains Can't Understand Punishment


Yesterday − University of Montreal
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