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Predicting Happiness of Couples Raising Children with Autism

4 hours ago − University of Miami
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (July 7, 2015) - Parenting can be stressful and parenting children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often means facing more challenges than those experienced by parents of typically developing children. The pressure can take its toll on the parents' relationship. To understand what helps moms and dads of children with ASD strengthen their bond, researchers at the University of Miami (UM) are examining the individual factors…
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• Chapman University Publishes Research on Friendship − 4 hours ago
• Yes, AT&T, It Pays to Win Back Lost Customers − 4 hours ago
• Reusable Shopping Bags Encourage Shoppers to Buy Produce - And Junk Food? − 4 hours ago
• Poverty Plays Complex Role in Entrepreneurship for Indian Women − 4 hours ago
• Price Fairness: When Do Consumers Blame the Michelin Man? − 4 hours ago
• Faced with Limited Choices, Prisoners Become Entrepreneurs to Meet Their Needs − 4 hours ago
• Adolescents Who View Medical Marijuana Ads More Likely to Use the Drug, Study Finds − Yesterday
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07-06-15

Adolescents Who View Medical Marijuana Ads More Likely to Use the Drug, Study Finds
Adolescents who saw advertising for medical marijuana were more likely to either report using marijuana or say they planned to use the substance in the future, according to a…
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07-06-15

Emotion Knowledge Fosters Attentiveness
Young children, who possess a good understanding of their own emotions and of those of their fellow human beings early on, suffer fewer attention problems than their peers with…
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07-06-15

Significant Reduction in Serious Crimes After Juvenile Offenders Given Emotional Awareness Training
Scientists believe that a simple two-hour emotional awareness course aimed at making young offenders less aggressive could hold the key to significantly reducing the seriousness of their future crimes.…
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07-07-15

Smartphones May Be Detrimental to Learning Process
A yearlong study of first-time smartphone users by researchers at Rice University and the U.S. Air Force found that users felt smartphones were actually detrimental to their ability to…
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07-07-15

Predicting Happiness of Couples Raising Children with Autism

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07-02-15

Study: Sharing Knowledge Positively Impacts Innovation in Retail

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07-03-15

Commonly Prescribed Drugs Affect Decisions to Harm Oneself And Others
Healthy people given the serotonin-enhancing antidepressant citalopram were willing to pay almost twice as much to prevent harm to themselves or others than those given placebo drugs in a…
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07-03-15

Do You Really Think You're a Foodie?
Think you're a foodie? Adventurous eaters, known as "foodies," are often associated with indulgence and excess. However, a new Cornell Food and Brand Lab study shows just the opposite…
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07-01-15

Extracurricular Sports Produce Disciplined Preteens

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07-02-15

Online Reader Comments Can Provide Valuable Feedback to News Sites
COLUMBIA, Mo. - For years, news organizations that post content on the Internet have allowed readers to leave comments about stories. Often, these readers' comments become a forum for…
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07-07-15

Price Fairness: When Do Consumers Blame the Michelin Man?
If you feel particularly annoyed when Michelin raises the prices of their tires, blame the Michelin Man. According to a new study in the Journal of Marketing, companies whose…
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07-01-15

Sleep Deprivation Could Reduce Intrusive Memories of Traumatic Scenes
A good night's sleep has long been recommended to those who have experienced a traumatic event. But an Oxford University-led study provides preliminary experimental work suggesting it could actually…
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07-02-15

Clemson Research: Bad Sleep Habits Linked to Higher Self-control Risks
CLEMSON, S.C. -- Poor sleep habits can have a negative effect on self-control, which presents risks to individuals' personal and professional lives, according to Clemson University researchers. In…
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07-01-15

Virtual Training Helps Vets with PTSD, Mentally Ill Nab More Jobs
CHICAGO --- Finding a job is difficult for veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and individuals with severe mental illness, who have high unemployment rates even though many want…
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Psychiatry

New Study Supports Safety And Efficacy of Evekeo for Treating Children with ADHD


7 days ago − Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News
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• Study Details Use of Antipsychotic Medication in Young People − 6 days ago
• Boys More Likely to Have Antipsychotics Prescribed, Regardless of Age − 6 days ago
• Trends in Antipsychotic Medication Use in Children, Adolescents, And Young Adults − 6 days ago
• Hospital-wide Program for Delirium, Alcohol Withdrawal And Suicide/Harm Impacts Readmission Rates − 6 days ago
• Patients with Recurrent Depression Have Smaller Hippocampi − 7 days ago
 
Children & Parents

Extracurricular Sports Produce Disciplined Preteens


6 days ago − University of Montreal
• Emotion Knowledge Fosters Attentiveness − Yesterday
• Significant Reduction in Serious Crimes After Juvenile Offenders Given Emotional Awareness Training − Yesterday
• Predicting Happiness of Couples Raising Children with Autism − 4 hours ago
• Study: Children from High Conflict Homes Process Emotion Differently − 7 days ago
• When Times Are Tough, Parents Favor Daughters over Sons − 7 days ago
• Estimates of Childhood, Youth Exposure to Violence, Crime And Abuse − 8 days ago
 
Chronic Stress
Poverty Plays Complex Role in Entrepreneurship for Indian Women

4 hours ago − American Marketing Association
Over a billion entrepreneurs in the world operate in subsistence economies, often living hand to mouth. Is there a relationship between such poverty and entrepreneurial activity? A new study in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing says yes and sheds light on the way in which two kinds of constrained consumption spur--or in some cases impede--entrepreneurial activity. …
• Intrusiveness of Old Emotional Memories Can Be Reduced by Computer Game Play Procedure − 5 days ago
• Sleep Deprivation Could Reduce Intrusive Memories of Traumatic Scenes − 6 days ago
• How Cortisol Reinforces Traumatic Memories − 6 days ago
• 70% of College Students Stressed About Finances − 6 days ago
• Virtual Training Helps Vets with PTSD, Mentally Ill Nab More Jobs − 6 days ago
• Talk Is Cheap: New Study Finds Words Speak Louder Than Actions − 7 days ago
 
Alcoholism
New Study Links Drinking Behaviors with Mortality

2 months ago − University of Colorado at Boulder
A new University of Colorado Boulder study involving some 40,000 people indicates that social and psychological problems caused by drinking generally trump physically hazardous drinking behaviors when it comes to overall mortality rates. …
• Educating College Students on Drinking Risks Can Temporarily Help Lessen Drinking Behaviors − 4 months ago
• A Lower IQ Has Been Linked to Greater And Riskier Drinking among Young Adult Men − 4 months ago
• Chronic Alcohol Intake Can Damage White Matter Pathways Across the Entire Brain − 7 months ago
• Mindfulness Protects Adults' Health from the Impacts of Childhood Adversity − 9 months ago
• Study Finds Less Domestic Violence among Married Couples Who Smoke Pot − 10 months ago
 
Learning

Study: Sharing Knowledge Positively Impacts Innovation in Retail


5 days ago − University of Texas at Dallas
• Smartphones May Be Detrimental to Learning Process − 4 hours ago
• Is Facebook the Next Frontier for Online Learning? − 8 days ago
• As Siblings Learn How to Resolve Conflict, Parents Pick Up a Few Tips of Their Own − 11 days ago
• Many Older Adults Going Online to Discuss, Learn About Sex − 27 days ago
• Risky Outdoor Play Positively Impacts Children's Health: UBC Study − 27 days ago
 
Women's Studies, Gender
Chapman University Publishes Research on Friendship

4 hours ago − Chapman University
In the most inclusive study to date on friendship, Chapman University research looks at gender, age, and sexual orientation differences in the number of friends people rely on for support, to what extent they choose friends of the same gender, and overall life satisfaction. In a survey of more than 25,000 participants from all walks of life, this study examines at how U.S. adults rely on friends for expressive,…
• Poverty Plays Complex Role in Entrepreneurship for Indian Women − 4 hours ago
• Do You Really Think You're a Foodie? − 4 days ago
• Bisexual Men And Women Report Poorer Health Than Gays, Lesbians And Heterosexuals − 6 days ago
• Sexual Harassment at Work Not Just Men Against Women − 6 days ago
• For Women with Bipolar Disorder, Sleep Quality Affects Mood − 6 days ago
 
Political Behavior
Online Reader Comments Can Provide Valuable Feedback to News Sites

5 days ago − University of Missouri-Columbia
COLUMBIA, Mo. - For years, news organizations that post content on the Internet have allowed readers to leave comments about stories. Often, these readers' comments become a forum for political debates and other communication that the news organizations do not consider important to their journalistic practices. Now, researchers from the University of Missouri School of Journalism have found that editors and owners of news organizations may want to pay…
• Talk Is Cheap: New Study Finds Words Speak Louder Than Actions − 7 days ago
• Huge Congregations View Racial Inequality Differently Than Others Do, Baylor Study Shows − 7 days ago
• New Report Finds Conservatives Demonstrate More Self Control Than Liberals − 14 days ago
• Linking Climate Change to Natural Disasters Influences Charitable Aid − 21 days ago
• Physiological Responses Reveal Our Political Affiliations − 21 days ago
 
Conflict
Study: Children from High Conflict Homes Process Emotion Differently

7 days ago − University of Vermont
Children of parents who are frequently in conflict process emotion differently and may face more social challenges later in life compared with children from low conflict homes, according to the author of a new study published in the Journal of Family Psychology. …
• As Siblings Learn How to Resolve Conflict, Parents Pick Up a Few Tips of Their Own − 11 days ago
• How 'Science Popularizers' Influence Public Opinion on Religion − 20 days ago
• Conflicting Histories Harm Negotiations, Researchers Say − 20 days ago
• Why Good People Do Bad Things − 29 days ago
• Hidden Costs: Emotion Responses to Command And Control − 1 months ago
 
Violence Behaivior
Significant Reduction in Serious Crimes After Juvenile Offenders Given Emotional Awareness Training

Yesterday − Cardiff University
Scientists believe that a simple two-hour emotional awareness course aimed at making young offenders less aggressive could hold the key to significantly reducing the seriousness of their future crimes. …
• The Fear You Experience Playing Video Games Is Real, And You Enjoy It, IU Study Finds − 7 days ago
• Estimates of Childhood, Youth Exposure to Violence, Crime And Abuse − 8 days ago
• Not Drink Driving Is Often Against the Lore: QUT Study − 12 days ago
• Justice System Chips Away at Women's Rights − 13 days ago
• Patient-initiated Workplace Violence Affects Counselors, Treatment And Outcomes, Research Finds − 13 days ago
 
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