Your dog probably knows when you’re being a jerk, and judges you for it. Dog's long lasting relationship with humans has made them very sensitive to our behavior towards dogs and other humans.
People living in Utah are one of the least anxious in their relationship and their personalities are mostly inclined to romance. New Yorkers are one of the most neurotic and least agreeable personalities.
New study found people with thicker outer cortex ar more moddy and neurotic. While people with thinner outer cortex are more open and agreeable.
Researchers believe that a personality change may happen if one is willing to focus and do the process systematically.
Researchers found out that those who rated themselves as pleasant or likeable were more likely to use emojis.
We have all had to motivate ourselves to finish a mundane task once in our life time. Willpower might be what comes to mind in overcoming the completion of that task but scientists say that unconscious motivation may be the real thing that improves our performance, not willpower.
Teenage years can sometimes be the most difficult time to deal with, for children as well as for parents. It's when they are neither considered adults nor a child. This could be confusing and adolescents find it very difficult to cope with the situation. The physical, psychological and hormonal changes could make them fussy or irritated, and this certainly reflects in their interpersonal and social relationships. A study by researchers from University of Missouri describes how adolescents......
According to researchers from the Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, caregivers of stroke survivors are at risk for developing depression and complications from chronic stress.
According to a new study, sex scenes in movies influence teens' sexual behavior.
According to a researchers from the The Miriam Hospital's Center for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine, nearly 25 percent of college women try smoking tobacco with a hookah, or water pipe, for the first time during their freshman year.
A latest research says that men may be able to tell a woman's fertile period by merely watching her walk and dance.
Canadian researchers estimated between two and seven percent of those mental disorders might be due to punishments inflicted in childhood, not including more severe forms of abuse and maltreatment.
University of Pittsburgh study reveals moderate amounts of alcohol increase social bonding in groups.
Facebook is multifaceted - you can connect with old friends, play games and share pictures. But, can it make you feel better about yourself? That's what researchers at University of Georgia are saying.
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