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Relationships Benefit When Parents And Adult Children Use Multiple Communication Channels

11 hours ago − University of Kansas
LAWRENCE – 'Call your mother' may be the familiar refrain, but research from the University of Kansas shows that being able to text, email and Facebook dad may be just as important for young adults. Jennifer Schon, a doctoral student in communication studies, found that adult children's relationship satisfaction with their parents is modestly influenced by the number of communication tools, such as cell phones, email, social networking…
• Receiving Gossip About Others Promotes Self-reflection And Growth − 11 hours ago
• Intervention Program Helps Prevent High-school Dropouts − 11 hours ago
• Nation's 'Personality' Influences Its Environmental Stewardship, Shows New Study − Yesterday
• Bradley Hospital Finds Sleep Difficulties Common among Toddlers with Psychiatric Disorders − Yesterday
• Pre-enlistment Mental Disorders And Suicidality among New US Army Soldiers − Yesterday
• Babies' Interest in Faces Linked to Callous And Unemotional Traits − Yesterday
• Teens Whose Parents Exert More Psychological Control Have Trouble with Closeness, Independence − Yesterday
• Two Days Later: Adolescents' Conflicts with Family Spill over to School, Vice Versa − Yesterday
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Personality
10-23-14
Nation's 'Personality' Influences Its Environmental Stewardship, Shows New Study
Toronto – Countries with higher levels of compassion and openness score better when it comes to environmental sustainability, says research from the University of Toronto. …
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Schon
10-24-14
Relationships Benefit When Parents And Adult Children Use Multiple Communication Channels
LAWRENCE – 'Call your mother' may be the familiar refrain, but research from the University of Kansas shows that being able to text, email and Facebook dad may be…
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Callous
10-23-14
Babies' Interest in Faces Linked to Callous And Unemotional Traits
Scientists at the University of Manchester, King's College London and the University of Liverpool have found that an infant's preference for a person's face, rather than an object, is…
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Army
10-23-14
Pre-enlistment Mental Disorders And Suicidality among New US Army Soldiers
Two new studies suggest that while individuals enrolling in the armed forces do not share the exact psychological profile as socio-demographically comparable civilians, they are more similar than previously…
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Gossip
10-24-14
Receiving Gossip About Others Promotes Self-reflection And Growth
Gossip is pervasive in our society, and our penchant for gossip can be found in most of our everyday conversations. Why are individuals interested in hearing gossip about others'…
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School
10-23-14
Two Days Later: Adolescents' Conflicts with Family Spill over to School, Vice Versa
The lives of adolescents at home and at school may seem quite separate, but recent research has highlighted important connections. Family conflict and problems at school tend to occur…
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Sleep
10-23-14
Bradley Hospital Finds Sleep Difficulties Common among Toddlers with Psychiatric Disorders
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – John Boekamp, Ph.D., clinical director of the Pediatric Partial Hospital Program (PPHP) at Bradley Hospital recently led a study that found sleep difficulties - particularly problems…
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School
10-24-14
Intervention Program Helps Prevent High-school Dropouts
Tempe, Ariz. (Oct. 23, 2014) - New research findings from a team of prevention scientists at Arizona State University demonstrates that a family-focused intervention program for middle-school Mexican American…
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Teens
10-23-14
Teens Whose Parents Exert More Psychological Control Have Trouble with Closeness, Independence
For teenagers, learning to establish a healthy degree of autonomy and closeness in relationships (rather than easily giving in to peer pressure) is an important task. A new longitudinal…
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Children
10-23-14
Children in High-quality Early Childhood Education Are Buffered from Changes in Family Income
While losses in family income predict increases in behavior problems for many children, attending high-quality early childhood education and care centers offers some protection against families' economic declines, according…
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Music
10-23-14
Music Therapy Reduces Depression in Children And Adolescents
Researchers at Queen's University Belfast have discovered that music therapy reduces depression in children and adolescents with behavioural and emotional problems. In the largest ever study of its…
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Violence
10-22-14

Criminologists Try to Solve Murder Mystery: Who Will Become a Killer?

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School
10-23-14
National Report Finds Bullying in Schools Still Prevalent
Despite a dramatic increase in public awareness and anti-bullying legislation nationwide, the prevalence of bullying is still one of the most pressing issues facing our nation's youth, according to…
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Quirk
10-22-14
The 2011 English Summer Riots: Courts Accused of 'Collective Hysteria'
A review of sentencing following the 2011 English riots has shown that sentences were much harsher than realised at first. And just as people got caught up in…
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Psychiatry

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Yesterday − The Mount Sinai Hospital / Mount Sinai School of Medicine
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Children & Parents
Relationships Benefit When Parents And Adult Children Use Multiple Communication Channels

11 hours ago − University of Kansas
LAWRENCE – 'Call your mother' may be the familiar refrain, but research from the University of Kansas shows that being able to text, email and Facebook dad may be just as important for young adults. Jennifer Schon, a doctoral student in communication studies, found that adult children's relationship satisfaction with their parents is modestly influenced by the number of communication tools, such as cell phones, email, social networking…
• Intervention Program Helps Prevent High-school Dropouts − 11 hours ago
• Bradley Hospital Finds Sleep Difficulties Common among Toddlers with Psychiatric Disorders − Yesterday
• Babies' Interest in Faces Linked to Callous And Unemotional Traits − Yesterday
• Children in High-quality Early Childhood Education Are Buffered from Changes in Family Income − Yesterday
• Music Therapy Reduces Depression in Children And Adolescents − Yesterday
• National Report Finds Bullying in Schools Still Prevalent − Yesterday
 
Chronic Stress
Pre-enlistment Mental Disorders And Suicidality among New US Army Soldiers

Yesterday − Harvard Medical School
Two new studies suggest that while individuals enrolling in the armed forces do not share the exact psychological profile as socio-demographically comparable civilians, they are more similar than previously thought. …
• New Approaches Needed for People with Serious Mental Illnesses in Criminal Justice System − 9 days ago
• Childhood Psychological Abuse as Harmful as Sexual Or Physical Abuse − 16 days ago
• Teenage Girls Are Exposed to More Stressors That Increase Depression Risk − 16 days ago
• Less Than Half of Canadians Exercise to Relieve Stress − 18 days ago
• Worry, Jealousy, Moodiness Linked to Higher Risk of Alzheimer's in Women − 23 days ago
• Long-term Unemployed Struggle as Economy Improves, Rutgers Study Finds − 29 days ago
 
Alcoholism
Mindfulness Protects Adults' Health from the Impacts of Childhood Adversity

1 months ago − Temple University
Adults who were abused or neglected as children are known to have poorer health, but adults who tend to focus on and accept their reactions to the present moment—or are mindful—report having better health, regardless of their childhood adversity. These findings, to be published in the October issue of Preventive Medicine, are based on the first study ever conducted to examine the relationship between childhood adversity, mindfulness, and health.…
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• Despite Lower Levels of Drinking, African-Americans Encounter More Problems − 8 months ago
• Study on Pregnancy And Alcohol Fails to Take Psychological Factors into Account − 9 months ago
 
Learning

Criminologists Try to Solve Murder Mystery: Who Will Become a Killer?


2 days ago − University of Texas at Dallas
• Intervention Program Helps Prevent High-school Dropouts − 11 hours ago
• Receiving Gossip About Others Promotes Self-reflection And Growth − 11 hours ago
• A Child's Poor Decision-making Skills Can Predict Later Behavior Problems, Research Shows − 3 days ago
• YouTube as Peer Support for Severe Mental Illness − 7 days ago
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Women's Studies, Gender
Receiving Gossip About Others Promotes Self-reflection And Growth

11 hours ago − Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Gossip is pervasive in our society, and our penchant for gossip can be found in most of our everyday conversations. Why are individuals interested in hearing gossip about others' achievements and failures? Researchers at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands studied the effect positive and negative gossip has on how the recipient evaluates him or herself. The study is published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. …
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• Sexual Preference for Masculine Men And Feminine Women Is an Urban Habit − 4 days ago
• Why Me? Many Women Living in Poverty Blame Children, Love Life − 9 days ago
 
Political Behavior

Arabic Tweets Point to US Influence as Fuel for Anti-Americanism


29 days ago − Princeton University
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Conflict
Two Days Later: Adolescents' Conflicts with Family Spill over to School, Vice Versa

Yesterday − Society for Research in Child Development
The lives of adolescents at home and at school may seem quite separate, but recent research has highlighted important connections. Family conflict and problems at school tend to occur together on the same day and sometimes even spill over in both directions to the next day, with family conflict increasing the likelihood of problems at school and vice versa. Now a new study has found that conflicts at home…
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Violence Behaivior

No Silver Bullet: ISU Study Identifies Risk Factors of Youth Charged with Murder


2 days ago − Iowa State University
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• Immersed in Violence: How 3-D Gaming Affects Video Game Players − 3 days ago
• Reminding People of Their Religious Belief System Reduces Hostility: York U Research − 9 days ago
• Why Me? Many Women Living in Poverty Blame Children, Love Life − 9 days ago
• Study: 'Broad Consensus' That Violent Media Increase Child Aggression − 18 days ago
 
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