Targeting Drunk Women Accounts for Sexual Aggression, Not 'Mixed ...

When alcohol is involved, people are more inclined to view sexual aggression as morally ambiguous. New research, however, suggests that men who harass women in bars and clubs aren't misinterpreting women's signals because they are drunk. Rather, ...

Mar 10

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4 Easy Habits to make yourself Happier in Life

Happiness is more than just a feeling; it is something we can all practise on a daily basis. But people are better at some 'happy habits' than others. In fact, the one habit that corresponds most closely with us being satisfied with our lives ...

Mar 10

Categories: Happiness, Self-Love

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Markers for Melancholy

Depression involves, in part, dysfunctions in the perception of, response to, and interpretation of emotions. Research is now focusing on biomarkers that are involved in the pathophysiology of depression, which may lead to improved treatments.

Mar 8

Categories: Depression, Mood Swings / Bipolar

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17 Signs You're An Overachiever

"I just don't know how he/she manages to do it all!" If people are always saying this about you, you may be an overachiever. But while the title of "overachiever" often has a positive connotation - think back to your elementary school days, when ...

Mar 8

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Aggression, rule-breaking common among Taiwanese teenagers who have ...

TAIWAN - Taiwanese teenagers - and especially females - who become sexually active at a very young age are more likely to be rule-breakers and be more aggressive than their peers. These are the findings of a national study of Taiwanese youth led by ...

Mar 7

Categories: Mental Health in Asia, Teenage Issues

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Does Daredevil's Hearing Sense exist in real life?

People born unable to see are readily capable of learning to perceive the shape of the human body through soundscapes that translate images into sound, according to researchers who report their findings in the Cell Press journal Current Biology on ...

Mar 7

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Short Yoga Session Stimulates Brain Function Immediately Afterwards

A single 20-minute session of yoga sharpens the mind more than a comparable amount of walking or jogging, according to a recent study by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Mar 6

Categories: Meditation

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Higher Risk of Mental Illness for Those With Older Fathers

A new study has found that the children of older fathers have a much greater risk of serious mental illness. The findings come from a huge number of people: everyone born in Sweden between 1973 and 2001. The researchers included over 2.5 million ...

Mar 6

Categories: Child Development, Parenting

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Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder May Be Attainable

Borderline Personality Disorder is often considered one of the most difficult diagnoses with which to work. But in my many years of experience working with individuals with BPD, I found that there are reasons behind their actions which, when ...

Mar 6

Categories: Borderline Personality Disorder

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What happens when therapists dream about their clients?

We often dream about what we've been doing and who we've been with, so it should come as little surprise to discover many psychotherapists dream about their clients. In fact a new study reports that nearly 70 per cent of thirteen participating ...

Mar 5

Categories: Mental Health Professions

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Should Children Take Antipsychotic Drugs?

Modern antipsychotic drugs are increasingly prescribed to children and adolescents diagnosed with a broad variety of ailments. The drugs help to alleviate symptoms in some disorders, such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, but in others their ...

Mar 5

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3 Minutes of Tetris Reduces Cravings for Drink, Cigarettes and Food

Just three minutes of playing Tetris can reduce cravings for food, cigarettes and alcohol, according to a new study published in the journal Appetite. The psychologists conclude that Tetris, a retro tile-matching puzzle game (above), may provide a ...

Mar 4

Categories: Addictions

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Can You Boost Your Self-Control?

As far as examples of willpower go, one of the most impressive you'll ever find is the "incredible Buddha boy" chronicled in GQ a few years back by George Saunders. The boy had been meditating under a tree for seven months, evidently without food or ...

Mar 4

Categories: Control Issues

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Study links poor sleep quality to reduced brain gray matter

A new study of Gulf War veterans found an association between poor sleep quality and reduced gray matter volume in the brain's frontal lobe, which helps control important processes such as working memory and executive function.

Mar 3

Categories: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) / Trauma / Complex PTSD, Sleep ...

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Psychotherapy turns to horses to help people open up

A growing number of therapists in Australia are swapping consultation rooms for corrals and using horses to heal people with mental health conditions. Equine psychotherapists are qualified mental health practitioners trained to facilitate sessions ...

Mar 3

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