Belief in the sanctity of marriage is a strong predictor of marital quality, according to research published May 24 in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.
Author Eric W. Dolan
Low-doses of common antidepressant medication could provide a safe and fast-acting means of treating menstrual cycle-linked symptoms.
The male-dominated online environment in first-person-shooter games is a markedly hostile place for women. Female gamers playing Halo 3 receive…
New research published online May 15 has discovered that prenatal testosterone levels influence how adults react to infidelity.
Being physically above others can buffer against some of the negative psychological consequences of social exclusion, according to research published…
Research published online May 14 in Social Psychological and Personality Science has uncovered that marijuana buffers people from experiencing social pain.
Dreams containing your significant other can predict your subsequent relational behavior, according to new peer-reviewed research.
Women in France are more likely to give their phone number to a man carrying a guitar case than a man carrying a sports bag, according to research published online May 1 in the scientific journal Psychology of Music.
Those with a friendly disposition are often described as warm. Recently published research suggests the link between temperature and trust may be less of a metaphor and more of an actual psychological phenomenon.
Those who would sacrifice one person to save five others score low on one particular measure of empathy, but not other measures, according to research published in the scientific journal PLoS One.
Research published online April 23 in Psychological Science found that hormonal fluctuations associated with fertility influenced women’s religious and political orientation differently depending on their relationship status.
Research to be published in the May issue of the Journal of Psychopharmacology has found cocoa polyphenols have a positive impact on mood in healthy individuals.
A strong belief in a hands off approach to economics is tightly linked to the rejection of scientific facts such…
Research published in the May issue of American Politics Research has confirmed what many have already suspected. Attempting to increase…
Research published online this month in the scientific journal Psychology of Music has found those singing in a choir report a positive impact on their psychological health.