TORONTO, June 22, 2010 – Gay men can recall familiar faces faster and more accurately than their heterosexual counterparts because, like women, they use both sides of their brains, according to a new study by York University researchers.
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Two New Baryon Particles Discovered in Agreement with York U Prediction
TORONTO, November 19, 2014 - Today an international team of researchers announced the discovery of two new particles in the baryon family, which makes them cousins of the familiar proton and neutron. The LHCb collaboration at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, used CERN's Large Hadron Collider to make these discoveries.
Reminding People of Their Religious Belief System Reduces Hostility: York U Research
TORONTO, Oct 15, 2014 – Few topics can prove more divisive than religion, with some insisting it promotes compassion, selflessness and generosity, and others arguing that it leads to intolerance, isolation and even violence. New research conducted at York University, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, may shed some light on religion's actual influence on believers – and the news is positive.
Pain Words Stand Out More for Those Experiencing It: York U Study
TORONTO, October 3, 2014 – Ache, agony, distress and pain draw more attention than non-pain related words when it comes to people who suffer from chronic pain, a York University research using state-of-the-art eye-tracking technology has found.
Perfectionism Is a Bigger Than Perceived Risk Factor in Suicide: York U Psychology Expert
TORONTO, September 25, 2014 – Perfectionism is a bigger risk factor in suicide than we may think, says York University Psychology Professor Gordon Flett, calling for closer attention to its potential destructiveness, adding that clinical guidelines should include perfectionism as a separate factor for suicide risk assessment and intervention.
Simple Test Can Help Detect Alzheimer's Before Dementia Signs Show: York U Study
TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2014 — York University researchers say a simple test that combines thinking and movement can help to detect heightened risk for developing Alzheimer's disease in a person, even before there are any telltale behavioural signs of dementia.
|The Ideal Age of Sexual Partners Is Different for Men And Women|
By Academy of Finland
New evolutionary psychology research shows gender differences in age preferences regarding sexual partners.
|Charting New Routes for Women at Work: Looking to the Home And Classroom|
By Society for Personality and Social Psychology
January 18, 2013 – New Orleans – When mom is the boss at home, she may have a harder time being the boss at work. New research suggests that
|A Man with Attitude - Male Narcissists|
By Springer Science+Business Media
Heterosexual women bear the brunt of narcissistic heterosexual men's hostility, while heterosexual men, gay men and lesbian women provoke a softer reaction, according to psychologist Dr. Scott Keiller from
|A Scarcity of Women Leads Men to Spend More, Save Less|
By University of Minnesota
The perception that women are scarce leads men to become impulsive, save less, and increase borrowing, according to new research from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management.
|Women, Men And the Bedroom|
By Association for Psychological Science
In the racy television hit show, Sex and the City, Carrie, one of the main characters tells her best girlfriends that "Men who are too good looking are never
|Women Reject Sexually Promiscuous Peers When Making Female Friends|
By Cornell University
ITHACA, N.Y. – College-aged women judge promiscuous female peers – defined by bedding 20 sexual partners by their early 20s – more negatively than more chaste women and view
Prejudice Linked to Women's Menstrual Cycle
By Michigan State University
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