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IU Study: 'Morning People' Self-sabotage Less at Night, Night Owls' Less at Sunrise

Yesterday − Indiana University
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- A study by psychological researchers at Indiana University shows that people are more likely to undermine their performance at stressful tasks when they're operating at "peak capacity" based on their preferred time of the day. …
• Youth Crimes Spike Immediately After Drinking Age − 13 hours ago
• CU Study: Feeling Heavy, Light, Or About Right? Your Genes May Be to Blame − 13 hours ago
• Parents' Psychiatric Disease Linked to Kids' Risk of Suicide Attempt, Violent Offending − 13 hours ago
• Insecure Childhood Can Make Dealing with Stress Harder − 13 hours ago
• Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel May Contain Hidden Symbols of Female Anatomy − 13 hours ago
• Addiction Cravings May Get Their Start Deep in the Right Side of the Brain − Yesterday
• Friends Are No Better Than Strangers in Accurately Identifying Emotion in Emails − Yesterday
• Psychopaths Feel Fear but See No Danger − Yesterday
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08-30-16

Dogs Understand Both Vocabulary And Intonation of Human Speech

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08-30-16

IU Study: 'Morning People' Self-sabotage Less at Night, Night Owls' Less at Sunrise

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08-30-16

Addiction Cravings May Get Their Start Deep in the Right Side of the Brain

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08-31-16

Parents' Psychiatric Disease Linked to Kids' Risk of Suicide Attempt, Violent Offending
Risk for suicide attempts and violent offending by children appears to be associated with their parents' psychiatric disorders, according to an article published online by JAMA Psychiatry. Suicide…
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08-31-16

CU Study: Feeling Heavy, Light, Or About Right? Your Genes May Be to Blame
Do you feel overweight, about right, or too skinny? Your answer to that question may be tied to genes you inherited from your parents, especially if you are…
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08-31-16

Youth Crimes Spike Immediately After Drinking Age
A new study from the Northern Medical Program at the University of Northern British Columbia has shown that minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) legislation in Canada can have a…
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08-30-16

Psychopaths Feel Fear but See No Danger
Researchers from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Radboud University Nijmegen found proof that psychopathic individuals can feel fear, but have trouble in the automatic detection and responsivity to threat. For…
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08-30-16

How Gay Men Navigate the Corporate World
Recent sociology research at the University of Cincinnati looked closely at the various strategies gay men use to manage both their gendered and sexual identities in the workplace. …
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08-30-16

Friendships, Vaccines, And Impressions: Upcoming Studies in SPPS
While many scientists explore what people have in common, several studies publishing online to Social Psychological and Personality Science show us how differences help us understand individuals. The…
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08-30-16

Friends Are No Better Than Strangers in Accurately Identifying Emotion in Emails
Washington, DC (August 30, 2016) - "OMG I just LOVE pizza." Is this statement sarcastic? Is it heartfelt? As our everyday communication is increasingly text-driven, inferring emotion from messages…
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08-31-16

Insecure Childhood Can Make Dealing with Stress Harder
Imagine two candidates at a high stakes job interview. One of them handles the pressure with ease and sails through the interview. The other candidate, however, feels very nervous…
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08-29-16

Fair Or Unfair? Facial Cues Influence How Social Exclusion Is Judged

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08-29-16

One in Two Users Click on Links from Unknown Senders
Most people know that e-mails and facebook messages from unknown senders can contain dangerous links. However, many users still click on them - and Dr. Zinaida Benenson from the…
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08-29-16

Calm Or Fiery? Study Says Candidate Language Should Match the Times
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Potential voters who see the nation as being in dire economic straits view a presidential candidate as more "presidential" when he or she uses high-intensity, emotional…
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Psychiatry

Critical Protein Shows Promise for the Treatment of Alzheimer's


Yesterday − Arizona State University
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• Systems Biology Research Study Reveals Benefits of Vacation And Meditation − Yesterday
• Researchers Identify Neural Factors That Predict Adolescent Alcohol Use − Yesterday
• Less Than One-third of Adults with Depression Receive Treatment − 2 days ago
• ERs After Obamacare: More Patients, Fewer On-call Specialists − 2 days ago
• First Study Examines PTSD & Cognitive Impairment in World Trade Center Responders − 2 days ago
 
Children & Parents
Parents' Psychiatric Disease Linked to Kids' Risk of Suicide Attempt, Violent Offending

13 hours ago − The JAMA Network Journals
Risk for suicide attempts and violent offending by children appears to be associated with their parents' psychiatric disorders, according to an article published online by JAMA Psychiatry. Suicide and violent behaviors can cluster within families, possibly because of genetics, epigenetics, and social and environmental influences. …
• Parents, Listen Up: Children Keep Still During Prayer − 6 days ago
• Texas A&M Research Shows Standing Desks Lower BMI − 7 days ago
• Infants Develop Early Understanding of Social Nature of Food − 8 days ago
• Study Examines Families' Journeys to Accepting Transgender Children − 8 days ago
• Fussy Infants Find Food More Rewarding, Putting Them at Higher Risk for Obesity − 9 days ago
• Study Suggests Early Learning in Native Language Can Help English Skills − 14 days ago
 
Chronic Stress
Insecure Childhood Can Make Dealing with Stress Harder

13 hours ago − Frontiers
Imagine two candidates at a high stakes job interview. One of them handles the pressure with ease and sails through the interview. The other candidate, however, feels very nervous and under-performs. …
• IU Study: 'Morning People' Self-sabotage Less at Night, Night Owls' Less at Sunrise − Yesterday
• Psychopaths Feel Fear but See No Danger − Yesterday
• Are Violent Video Games Associated with More Civic Behaviors among Youth? − 20 days ago
• The Healthiest Eaters Are the Most Culturally 'Fit' − 21 days ago
• Can Nature Videos Help Improve Prisoner Behavior? − 23 days ago
• Good Attitudes About Aging Help Seniors Handle Stress − 28 days ago
 
Alcoholism
Brain Images Reveal First Physical Evidence That AA Prayers Reduce Cravings

3 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 − 9 months ago
 
Learning

'Coming Out' in the Classroom, but Not by Choice


5 days ago − Arizona State University
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• Queen's Researchers Measure Emotional Flexibility in Mother-daughter Dyads − 6 days ago
• Infants Develop Early Understanding of Social Nature of Food − 8 days ago
• Why Do They Treat Me Like That? Taking the Mask Off of Envy − 9 days ago
• Fussy Infants Find Food More Rewarding, Putting Them at Higher Risk for Obesity − 9 days ago
 
Women's Studies, Gender
CU Study: Feeling Heavy, Light, Or About Right? Your Genes May Be to Blame

13 hours ago − University of Colorado at Boulder
Do you feel overweight, about right, or too skinny? Your answer to that question may be tied to genes you inherited from your parents, especially if you are a female, according to a new study led by the University of Colorado Boulder. "This study is the first to show that genes may influence how people feel about their weight," said CU Boulder doctoral student Robbee Wedow, lead…
• Going Green Is for Girls - but Branding Can Make Men Eco-friendly − 6 days ago
• Study Examines Families' Journeys to Accepting Transgender Children − 8 days ago
• Sex And Gender More Important Than Income in Determining Views on Division of Chores − 9 days ago
• Beginning Pornography Use Associated with Increase in Probability of Divorce − 9 days ago
• Being the Primary Breadwinner Is Bad for Men's Psychological Well-being And Health − 12 days ago
 
Political Behavior
Study Shows Standing Up for Beliefs in Face of Group Opposition Is Worth the Effort

9 days ago − University at Buffalo
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Going with the flow might appear easier than sticking up for yourself when confronted with unanimous disagreement. But a new study from the University at Buffalo that assessed bodily responses suggests that standing up for your beliefs, expressing your opinions and demonstrating your core values can be a positive psychological experience. …
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• Signs of Pure Altruism Converge in the Brain And Increase with Age − 16 days ago
• How Incivility Spreads in the Workplace − 21 days ago
• How Effective Are Personalized Political Ads on Facebook? − 29 days ago
 
Conflict

Reading Harry Potter Lowers Americans' Opinions of Donald Trump


1 months ago − University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication
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Violence Behaivior
Parents' Psychiatric Disease Linked to Kids' Risk of Suicide Attempt, Violent Offending

13 hours ago − The JAMA Network Journals
Risk for suicide attempts and violent offending by children appears to be associated with their parents' psychiatric disorders, according to an article published online by JAMA Psychiatry. Suicide and violent behaviors can cluster within families, possibly because of genetics, epigenetics, and social and environmental influences. …
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• Former Friends, Ex-dates More Likely to Turn into Teen Cybertormentors − 9 days ago
• Youth Cyberbullying Most Common among Current Or Former Friends And Dating Partners − 9 days ago
• Teens in Therapeutic Boarding School Adopt Atypical Gender Behaviors to Reassert Dominance − 9 days ago
 
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