A recent research found that co-workers not only affect each other's productivity but also each other's wages as well.
In 2015, the most common issue that these children raised were about the family relationships, poor self-confidence, unhappiness and fears of cyberbullying, self harm and more such problems that didn’t feature back then.
Drunk walking can be just as dangerous as its driving equivalent. New research from Australia reveals that peer pressure is the main driving factor of this type of risky behavior that kills at least two people on the continent every week.
A recent study discovered that peer pressure can greatly affect mothers' biases toward certain food ingredients.
According to a new study, peer pressure to quit smoking is significantly weaker.
A new study found that teenagers who have friends who drive under the influence are more likely to drive while intoxicated as well.
In a new study, researchers found that eating slower could help reduce calorie consumption for normal-weight people.
Researchers found that people who eat with health-conscious friends might make better food choices.
Researchers found that teenagers' brain activity could be tied to extreme feelings of self-consciousness.
Researchers interviewed fourth graders and found that peer pressure, which is often associated with teenager, could start as early as nine-years-old.
Researchers concluded that teenagers who develop strong relationships in middle school have better social skills later on in life.