People can be taught how to empathize with strangers, a new study concluded.
A prosocial Internet support group (ISG) that encourages breast cancer survivors with elevated anxiety or depression to help others may not be beneficial, suggests a new study.
In a new study, researchers found that a support and education group had a positive effect on newly diagnosed patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
According to a new study, researchers found that YouTube acts as a community for people with severe mental illness.
A good and strong social support system is important for overall life quality. Here are five ways to keep long friendships.
A new study found that standing during group meetings promotes productivity and creativity.
A new study found that groups can change people's personal opinions for up to three days.
Researchers found that the love hormone, oxytocin promotes group lying.
Hanging out in a group rather than flying solo may make you appear more attractive than you are to others according to a new study.
In a new study funded by Weight Watchers International, researchers reported that people who joined Weight Watchers were more likely to lose weight when compared to people who tried losing weight on their own.
In a new paper, researcher Joe Phua reported that social media can make quitting easier for smokers.
Researchers interviewed fourth graders and found that peer pressure, which is often associated with teenager, could start as early as nine-years-old.
Researchers found that people lose more weight when they are placed in a group setting with competition and cash incentives.
Introducing a new member into an already functional group of older members is never a good idea, as it creates misunderstandings and distrust between the members, hampering the group activities.
Most people are familiar or have heard of sexual or physical abuse but have no idea that there is another type of abuse that is less obvious. This is called a financially abusive relationship where you wonder "Is my boyfriend using me financially?"