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People who have been on the receiving end of a sex addict’s betrayal, manipulation, lies, and other forms of uncaring and abusive behavior experience serious emotional trauma. Lives are torn...
How many signs would you need from an adolescent to convince you that they could develop into a sociopathic adult? What specific incident or incidents would cause you to identify a teenager...
The Psychology of Women once again welcomes Lauren Bittner to the Giveaway Girl project. Lauren is an award-winning freelance writer who focuses on women’s issues. She is a self-titled Giveaway Girl....
New research suggests infant girls at risk for autism pay more attention to social cues in faces than infant boys. This innate ability may reduce the risk or lower the […]
A new animal study from the University of Guelph in Canada provides new insights on the internal workings of the brain, specifically regions involved in recognizing and remembering objects. The research […]
New research looks at whether differences in people’s movements influence coordination of group actions. That is, does matching participants based on their movement rates improve group performance? The answer is yes, […]
For many children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), symptoms decrease as they age. For some children, however, the symptoms persist, and a new study implicates persistent parental criticism. “Why ADHD […]