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Developmental psychotherapy aims at helping antisocial adolescents become responsible adults
NEWS MEDICAL Antisocial behavior is common during adolescence and incurs significant costs both for society and for the young people themselves. While most adolescents will not continue on a trajectory... 2 days
NBA stars on losing teams follow fewer teammates on social media
PHYS.ORG NBA stars on winning teams are more likely to follow teammates on Twitter than their high-status counterparts on bad teams are, according to a new study... 2 days
Medical News Today: Psychopathy: What drives pathological selfishness?
MNT We take a look at some of the neurological underpinnings of psychopathy and try to unravel the mystery of what goes on inside the brain of a psychopath. 3 days
Psychopathy: What drives pathological selfishness?
MNT We take a look at some of the neurological underpinnings of psychopathy and try to unravel the mystery of what goes on inside the brain of a psychopath. 3 days
How social isolation transforms the brain
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers gain new insights into the brain mechanisms underlying the negative effects caused by long-term social isolation. 3 days
Study: Social connections may protect black men who have sex with men from acquiring HIV
NEWS MEDICAL UCLA-led research suggests that receiving support from friends and acquaintances can help prevent black men who have sex... 3 days
The brain may tune to social learning even at rest, finds study
NEWS MEDICAL Our brains are obsessed with being social even when we are not in social situations. A Dartmouth-led study finds that the brain may tune... 3 days
How Anti-Religious Bias Prevented Scientists from Accepting the Big Bang
SPACE.COM Today, the Big Bang model of cosmology is pretty much taken for Gospel, and for good reason. 4 days
People are more honest on Tinder than you may think, study says
PHYS.ORG With a quarter of young Americans now finding romance through online dating and mobile apps, you have to wonder—can you really trust someone you've... 4 days
CS+HASS SuperUROP debuts with nine research projects
MIT In yearlong program, MIT students apply computer science to humanities, arts, and social science research. 5 days
Whites distrust biracial people when their racial presentation varies, study finds
PHYS.ORG Whites consider biracial people to be less trustworthy if they change their racial presentation depending on circumstances, Rutgers University-New Brunswick researchers find. 5 days
Attentive adults increase children's ability to empathize
SCIENCE DAILY For human beings to function socially, they need to be able to perceive, understand, and talk about others' mental states, such as beliefs, desires and intentions. There is no consensus among researchers as to... 5 days
Facebook: We're better at policing nudity than hate speech
PHYS.ORG Getting rid of racist, sexist and other hateful remarks on Facebook is challenging for the company because computer programs have difficulties understanding the nuances of human language, the company said... 5 days
Wasps drum to alert one another of food nearby
SCIENCE DAILY New research shows wasps have their own way of communicating to each other about mealtimes -- drumming on their gaster (or abdomen) to let each other know that there's food... 5 days
Social challenges have negative effect on quality of primary care
NEWS MEDICAL Among more than 600,000 primary care patients, half live with some degree of social challenge, which has a negative effect on the quality of care they receive. Researchers... 6 days
Minority children develop implicit racial bias in early childhood
SCIENCE DAILY New research suggests that minority children as young as six years old show an implicit pro-White racial bias when exposed to images of both White and Black children. But how... 6 days
Teenagers shun homework for social media and video games
PHYS.ORG Teenagers are far more likely to spend their time on social media and gaming after school than they are to be doing homework, according to a new UCL-led study. 6 days
The evolution of conflict resolution
PHYS.ORG Recently published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, Assistant Professor Christoph Riedl's latest research examines a model that might explain how humans resolve conflict, and what these actions say about biological and social behavior, both now... 1 week
The evolution of conflict resolution
SCIENCE DAILY New research examines a model that might explain how humans resolve conflict, and what these actions say about biological and social behavior, both now and into the future. 1 week
Aggression at work can lead to 'vicious circle' of misconduct
SCIENCE DAILY New research reveals that frequently being the target of workplace aggression not only affects the victim's health but can also cause them to behave badly towards others. Workplace... 1 week
The use of online banking by people over 60
PHYS.ORG Experts from the Economics and Business Institute at the University of Seville have just published a study of the use of online banking by the over-60s, which shows that the... 1 week
Rising religious 'none' rates linked to conservative Christian politics
PHYS.ORG Religious "nones," people who do not officially associate themselves with a specific religion, are on the rise in the United States. While there are many contributing factors to this phenomenon,... 1 week
Social science research makes surprise appearance in rollout of Melania Trump’s children’s initiative
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A new approach to social resilience through landscape architecture
PHYS.ORG Landscape architecture is not a subject commonly associated with refugee settlements. But in a field of study where resilience is often applied to help fortify coasts against erosion or to... 1 week
Study examines social perceptions of HIV-prevention drug among gay and bisexual men
NEWS MEDICAL A new study led by a UTSA researcher examines the social perceptions of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), a medication to prevent HIV, among gay and... 2 weeks
New research may help elucidate racial differences in prostate cancer
NEWS MEDICAL New research published in Molecular Oncology may help explain why African American men are at a higher risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer and a higher risk... 2 weeks
Idle talk or fierce competition? Research finds women use gossip as a weapon in rivalries
SCIENCE DAILY New research investigating how women use gossip to compete in the realm of romance offers insights that aim... 2 weeks
Applied science may yield more translational research publications than basic science
SCIENCE DAILY While translational research can happen at any stage of the research process, a recent investigation of behavioral and social science research awards granted by the NIH... 2 weeks
For food-aid recipients, information is power
SCIENCE DAILY A new study conducted in Indonesia shows that poor people are more likely to receive the assistance they're entitled to when they're notified about the social programs in question. 2 weeks
Unlocking cancer's secrets using the 'social networks' of cells
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed a method for probing the genetic underpinnings of cancer and other diseases, which could lead to better treatments. 2 weeks
Religious left mobilized in solidarity for Women's March on Chicago, study finds
PHYS.ORG The link between conservative religion and conservative politics is well known, and a Pew Research Center report even showed that 81 percent of white... 2 weeks
Applied science may yield more translational research publications than basic science
PHYS.ORG While translational research can happen at any stage of the research process, a recent investigation of behavioral and social science research awards granted by the NIH... 2 weeks
Friends, likes, fake followers and cash—internet influencers under the microscope
PHYS.ORG Local businesses, PR agencies and consumers should beware, warns Murdoch University researcher Dr. Catherine Archer, as ethical concerns surrounding the activities of social media influencers grow. 2 weeks
Scientists develop computer algorithm that reveals gene networks activated in cancer cell
NEWS MEDICAL Recent headlines have cast suspicion on social network analysis, which can mine data from the internet to target advertisements or potentially influence elections. 2 weeks
At the forefront of developing new insights into peacebuilding
PHYS.ORG The contribution of economic, social and cultural rights to sustaining global peace is largely overlooked within new developments to tackle violent conflict, says new research led by Lancaster University. 2 weeks
Why exceptionally fertile termite queens have long lives
PHYS.ORG Usually the rule in the animal kingdom is that a lot of progeny means a short life – if you are less fertile, you live longer. However, it seems that social insects... 2 weeks
Social context has a lot to do with spread of disease
NEWS MEDICAL "Patient zero" isn't entirely to blame when an infection takes root in a population. According to Rice University scientists, social context in the community has a lot to... 2 weeks
Thank your brain for gratitude
SCIENCE DAILY A brain network that gives rise to feelings of gratitude has been uncovered. The study could spur future investigations into how these 'building blocks' transform social information into complex emotions. 2 weeks
Social context matters in spread of disease
SCIENCE DAILY 'Patient zero' isn't entirely to blame when an infection takes root in a population. According to scientists, social context in the community has a lot to do with how a disease spreads. 2 weeks
Study of fruit flies shows sex composition of group alters disease transmission
PHYS.ORG "Patient zero" isn't entirely to blame when an infection takes root in a population. According to Rice University scientists, social context in the community... 2 weeks
Oversharing can have consequences, research says
PHYS.ORG Social media and digital communication tools make sharing private information easier than ever, but communication research suggests that people often fail to set clear expectations and boundaries when they share private information with friends and family.... 2 weeks
Zebra finches' social experiences alter their genomic DNA, changing ability to learn
PHYS.ORG Asst. Prof. Sarah London has long appreciated zebra finches for their unique learning characteristics. The males learn from another male tutor, but their ability... 2 weeks
NASA's new planet hunter snaps initial test image, swings by Moon toward final orbit
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Wildfire risks are high again this year – here's what travelers need to know
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Raising Awareness of Childhood Dementia
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Video: How milk becomes cheese
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Study shows New Zealand has its own population of blue whales
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WATCH NOW | Air Force Space Command’s man in Washington makes debut
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Researchers are creating a spot colder than the vacuum of space inside the International Space Station
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Satellite study finds major shifts in global freshwater
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Meet the speedsters of the plant world
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A new map for a birthplace of stars
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Investigation seeks to create self-assembling materials
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New views of Sun: Two missions will go closer to our star than ever before
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Some tropical frogs may be developing resistance to a deadly fungal disease – but now salamanders are at risk
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Entomologist explains why you shouldn't kill spiders in your home
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A space ant fires its lasers
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The charts may be getting sadder but popular music has never been more varied
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A Quiet Place: the science behind how filmmakers made aliens hear using distractions and deviant sounds
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What parents, educators should know about the 2nd season of '13 Reasons Why'
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What the Heck Is This Hairy 'Sea Monster'?
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New robot concept uses responsive materials to swim through water
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