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Unlocking the Languages of Autistic Children in Families

Yesterday − University of Kent
Researchers at the University of Kent are arguing that creativity and intermedial languages can be used as a bridge to communicate with autistic children. …
• Photos Capture Challenges for Teens with Autism, Show Animals as Resource − Yesterday
• Research Reveals Restorative Justice Reduces Recidivism − Yesterday
• Even Thinking About Marriage Gets Young People to Straighten Up − Yesterday
• Survey of 31 Years of Video Games Shows a Decline in Sexualized Female Characters − Yesterday
• Study Finds Couples' Division of Paid And Unpaid Labor Linked to Risk of Divorce − Yesterday
• Getting Digital Line-ups Wrong Can Put Innocents Behind Bars − Yesterday
• Faces Aren't Always to Be Believed When It Comes to Honesty − Yesterday
• Regardless of Age, Health Conditions, Many Seniors Not Retired from Sex − 2 days ago
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07-28-16

Research Reveals Restorative Justice Reduces Recidivism

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07-28-16

Photos Capture Challenges for Teens with Autism, Show Animals as Resource

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07-28-16

Unlocking the Languages of Autistic Children in Families

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07-28-16

Survey of 31 Years of Video Games Shows a Decline in Sexualized Female Characters

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07-27-16

Faces Aren't Always to Be Believed When It Comes to Honesty

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07-27-16

Getting Digital Line-ups Wrong Can Put Innocents Behind Bars

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07-28-16

Study Finds Couples' Division of Paid And Unpaid Labor Linked to Risk of Divorce
WASHINGTON, DC, July 25, 2016 -- A new study suggests that financial factors, including couples' overall resources and wives' ability to support themselves in the event of a divorce,…
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07-27-16

Regardless of Age, Health Conditions, Many Seniors Not Retired from Sex

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07-28-16

Even Thinking About Marriage Gets Young People to Straighten Up
COLUMBUS, Ohio - You don't have to get married to settle down and leave behind your wild ways - you just have to expect to get married soon. …
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07-27-16

The Lancet Psychiatry: First Field Trial Supports Removing Transgender Diagnosis from Mental Disorders Chapter Within WHO Classification
New evidence suggests that it would be appropriate to remove the diagnosis of transgender from its current classification as a mental disorder, according to a study conducted in Mexico…
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07-27-16

Witnesses Confuse Innocent And Guilty Suspects with 'Unfair' Lineups
Police lineups in which distinctive individual marks or features are not altered can impair witnesses' ability to distinguish between innocent and guilty suspects, according to new research in Psychological…
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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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07-26-16

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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04-02-12

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

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Psychiatry
Recovery of Dopamine Function Emerges with Recovery from Smoking

Yesterday − Elsevier
Philadelphia, PA, July 28, 2016 - A new study in Biological Psychiatry reports that smoking-related deficits in brain dopamine, a chemical implicated in reward and addiction, return to normal three months after quitting. The normalization of dopamine systems suggests smoking-related deficits are a consequence of chronic smoking, rather than a risk factor. These findings raise the possibility that treatments might be developed that normalize the dopamine system in smokers.…
• Common Brain Changes Found in Children with Autism, ADHD And OCD − Yesterday
• Health Insurance Coverage Is Associated with Lower Odds of Alcohol Use by Pregnant Women − 2 days ago
• Hot News Flash! Menopause, Insomnia Accelerate Aging − 3 days ago
• Smell Test May Predict Early Stages of Alzheimer's Disease − 3 days ago
• Study Finds Average 6-year Delay Between Onset And Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder − 4 days ago
• Significant Pain Increases the Risk of Opioid Addiction by 41 Percent − 6 days ago
 
Children & Parents

Survey of 31 Years of Video Games Shows a Decline in Sexualized Female Characters


Yesterday − Indiana University
• Unlocking the Languages of Autistic Children in Families − Yesterday
• Regardless of Age, Health Conditions, Many Seniors Not Retired from Sex − 2 days ago
• The Lancet Psychiatry: First Field Trial Supports Removing Transgender Diagnosis from Mental Disorders Chapter Within WHO Classification − 2 days ago
• Developmental Differences in Late Preterm Babies May Not Emerge Until After Age 2 − 4 days ago
• Background Noise May Hinder Toddlers' Ability to Learn Words − 7 days ago
• Higher-income Students Have an Edge When It Comes to Working Memory − 8 days ago
 
Chronic Stress

One-third of Students Report Elevated Psychological Distress, CAMH Survey Shows


7 days ago − Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
• More Evidence That Male And Female Brains Are Wired Differently − 14 days ago
• Students' PTSD Symptoms Fluctuate Greatly During First Year of College − 14 days ago
• Dads Play Key Role in Child Development − 14 days ago
• Workplace Climate, Not Women's 'Nature,' Responsible for Gender-based Job Stress − 17 days ago
• Early Screening Spots Emergency Workers at Greater Risk of Mental Illness − 1 months ago
• Liberals, Conservatives Differ in Response to Bin Laden's Death − 1 months 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

7 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 − 7 days ago
• Playing Action Video Games Boosts Visual Motor Skill Underlying Driving − 15 days ago
• Genetics Play Role in Character Traits Related to Academic Success, Study Says − 16 days ago
• Brain Pathway Contributes to Restraining from Food Temptation Triggered by Environmental Cues − 17 days ago
• Religion Shown to Steer Adolescents Away from Pornography − 23 days ago
 
Women's Studies, Gender

Survey of 31 Years of Video Games Shows a Decline in Sexualized Female Characters


Yesterday − Indiana University
• Study Finds Couples' Division of Paid And Unpaid Labor Linked to Risk of Divorce − Yesterday
• Regardless of Age, Health Conditions, Many Seniors Not Retired from Sex − 2 days ago
• Does a Dementia Diagnosis Have a Silver Lining? Study Suggests It Can − 4 days ago
• Come on Baby, (re)light My Fire − 8 days ago
• Cosmetic Therapy: The Link Between Makeup And a Down Economy − 8 days ago
 
Political Behavior

Religiosity Diminishes Conservative Opposition to Eco-friendly Buying


17 days ago − Rice University
• Reading Harry Potter Lowers Americans' Opinions of Donald Trump − 8 days ago
• Trolls Often Waive Their Anonymity Online − 4 days ago
• Why Clinton And Trump Backers Don't Mix − 21 days ago
• Boredom Can Lead to More Extreme Political Views − 22 days ago
• Does Home Comfort Promote Complacency? − 23 days ago
 
Conflict

Reading Harry Potter Lowers Americans' Opinions of Donald Trump


8 days ago − University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication
• Why Clinton And Trump Backers Don't Mix − 21 days ago
• A Recipe for Friendship: Similar Food − 21 days ago
• Could Growing Internet Use Inspire More Democratic Uprisings? − 1 months ago
• Liberals, Conservatives Differ in Response to Bin Laden's Death − 1 months ago
• How Does Climate Affect Violence? Researchers Offer New Theory − 1 months ago
 
Violence Behaivior

Reading Harry Potter Lowers Americans' Opinions of Donald Trump


8 days ago − University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication
• The Lancet Psychiatry: First Field Trial Supports Removing Transgender Diagnosis from Mental Disorders Chapter Within WHO Classification − 2 days ago
• Research Reveals Restorative Justice Reduces Recidivism − Yesterday
• 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
 
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