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11 min ago | Switched

Splitting Household Chores May Lead To Better, Hotter Married Sex

Earlier this year, The New York Times published a controversial piece that suggested that when men pitch in with household chores -- as opposed to women doing them exclusively -- their marriages and their sex lives suffered.


Related Topix: Science, Wedding, UC Berkeley, Santa Clara County, CA, Palo Alto, CA

2 hrs ago | Durant Daily Democrat

SE professor spends summer teaching in Hong Kong and China12:41 pm

College professors spend their summers in a variety of ways. Some may teach. Others may do research.


Related Topix: Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Science, Travel, Asia Travel, Taiwan Travel

6 hrs ago | Dunstable Today

Novel leanings of the chemist who turned to psychology

Former Dunstable pharmacist and psychologist Gerald Fox - who's just penned his first psychological thriller - says his next work may well be a Carry On style comedy.


Related Topix: World News, United Kingdom, Bedfordshire County, England, Science, Marketing

8 hrs ago | Newswise

Psychology Research About Vision and Pigeons May Improve Driver Safety, Earns Honors

MANHATTAN, Kansas - Close your eyes and open them. How long does it take you to recognize the location? Now turn your head to the right.


Related Topix: Science, Manhattan, KS, Kansas State University

11 hrs ago | Daily Herald

Kane County facility for criminal psychological exams called unsafe

Kane County's five clinical forensic psychologists tasked with evaluating the ability of criminal defendants, including alleged sex offenders, to stand trial perform their work in an isolated building with no security.


Related Topix: Kane County, IL, Science

11 hrs ago | Cape Gazette

Psychologists open office on Savannah Road

Psychologists from left Ted Wilson, PhD; Mary Vaughn, Psy.D; and Edwin Oliver, Psy.


Related Topix: Science, Sussex County, DE, Lewes, DE

12 hrs ago | CBS Local

OKCupid Admits To Manipulating User Data, And It's Not Alone

The dating site OKCupid this week became the latest company to admit that it has manipulated customer data to see how users of its dating service would react to one another.


Related Topix: Startups, Facebook, Privacy, Science, Golden Gate University

Tue Jul 29, 2014

The American Scholar

Following Combat and Civilian Traumas

In September 1917, the weekly journal Nature published a lively exchange between the authors of a book entitled Shell Shock and Its Lessons and a critic of the book.


Related Topix: Science, History in the News

Dieting at Young Age Often Backfires, Study Says

Dieting at a young age might set the stage for harmful health habits, including eating disorders, according to new research.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dieting, Alcoholism, Health, Science, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Live Science

Exercise Can Change How You See the World

In the study, researchers asked students to watch an animation of a figure that could be perceived as moving toward or away from the viewer, and found that the students who exercised viewed the figure as less threatening.


Related Topix: Science

I Don't Love Lucy: The Bad Science in the Sci-Fi Thriller

You use a whole lot more than 10% of your brain-but a common fallacy that says otherwise is nonetheless the central premise of a new movie Now there are three Lucys I have to keep straight: The 3.2 million year old Australopithecus unearthed in Ethiopia in 1974; the eponymous star of the inexplicably celebrated 1950s sitcom I Love Lucy ; and, most ... (more)


Related Topix: Celebrities, Scarlett Johansson, Hot Chicks, Science

Medical News

Researchers to study multi-faceted approaches to addressing issues of burnout in transplant surgeons

Despite saving thousands of lives yearly, nearly half of organ transplant surgeons report a low sense of personal accomplishment and 40% feel emotionally exhausted, according to a new national study on transplant surgeon burnout.


Related Topix: Science, Health

The Georgia Straight

Kathleen O'Grady: On parenting a child with autism

People were milling on the main thoroughfare, bikes zig-zagging through traffic, cafA©s and pubs spilling onto the sidewalk, patrons sipping their way through a lazy Friday afternoon.


Related Topix: Parenting, Family, Kids, Science

Mon Jul 28, 2014


Inspiring Purchases Can Fuel Happiness

New research suggests material items designed to create or enhance an experience can make shoppers just as happy as performance of life activities.


Related Topix: Games, Board Game, Science

Lansing State Journal

Catching stress: It's contagious, but not all of it is bad

* Stay healthy through exercise, good nutrition and sleep; resist overeating or abusing alcohol and other substances.


Related Topix: Focus, Science, Stanford University, Saint Louis University, UC San Francisco

Do you remember more if the memory is personally relevant?

A psychology researcher at North Carolina State University is proposing a new theory to explain why older adults show declining cognitive ability with age, but don't necessarily show declines in the workplace or daily life.


Related Topix: Science, North Carolina State University

New Scientist

A parent's guide to reading a baby's mind

The Psychology of Babies by Lynne Murray is a fascinating frame-by-frame insight into infant minds - but it may turn you into a judgemental armchair expert THIS book should carry a health warning: reading it will probably make you yearn for another baby, but it may also make you worry if you've done a good enough job with your existing ones.


Related Topix: Science, Parenting, Family, Science / Technology

Jerusalem Post

Study: Long-term exposure to terror has harmful effect on youth

A Tel Aviv University study shows Israeli youths exposed to protracted conflict suffer higher levels of anxiety and depression than their US counterparts.


Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Science, Family, Adolescents and Pre-Teens

People Who Feel They Have A Purpose In Life Live Longer

We know that happiness and social connection can have positive benefits on health.


Related Topix: Science, University of Rochester, Cornell University

The Straits Times

Powerful and cold-hearted

These words are famously associated with former US president Bill Clinton, who as a politician seemed to ooze empathy.


Related Topix: Bill Clinton, History in the News, Science, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Opinion