Archive for June, 2013

Balance between Self & Partner Essential as Impulsive Partner is More Selfless

June 28th, 2013
Balance between Self & Partner Essential as Impulsive Partner is More SelflessIndividuals in close relationships often experience a dilemma when faced with a choice of sacrificing time and energy for ...

Software Tracks Facial Expressions, Improves Online Learning

June 28th, 2013
Software Tracks Facial Expressions, Improves Online LearningNew software can track facial expressions to assess the emotions of students during interactive online learning activities. Researchers from North Carolina State University say that the ...

Do You Know the Differences Between these Two Types of Killers?

June 28th, 2013
Do You Know the Differences Between these Two Types of Killers?Murder is front-page news, and a new study discovers significant mental differences among premeditated and impulsive killers. As published online in the ...

Teen Fitness May Reduce Suicide Risk Later in Life

June 27th, 2013
Teen Fitness May Reduce Suicide Risk Later in Life  A University of Gothenburg study of over one million Swedish men has found that fitness during adolescence ...

One-on-One + Technology = Better Reading in Elementary School Students

June 27th, 2013
One-on-One + Technology = Better Reading in Elementary School Students New research finds that individualized reading instruction from first through third grade results in better readers than those who do not receive the ...

Sleep Loss Increases Anxiety — Especially Among Worriers

June 27th, 2013
Sleep Loss Increases Anxiety -- Especially Among Worriers Are you tired and grumpy and feel on the edge? Do you catch yourself worrying more? If the answer is yes, the issue may be a lack ...

Men, Women Differ in Emotional Cooperation in a Relationship

June 27th, 2013
Men, Women Differ in Emotional Cooperation in a RelationshipNew research suggests that men and women have different feelings in response to their partner’s emotions. Ashley Randall, Ph.D., a University of Arizona researcher, looked in depth ...

Positive Incentives & Rewards More Likely to Encourage Healthy Behaviors

June 27th, 2013
Positive Incentives & Rewards More Likely to Encourage Healthy Behaviorss As their portion of health insurance costs have grown, some employers have used some form of incentive ...

Brain, Cognitive Reserve Protect Against Mental Decline in MS

June 26th, 2013
Brain and Cognitive Reserve Protects Against Mental Decline in MSAn international team of researchers from the U.S. and Italy have found that differences in some of the brain's physical characteristics and in how ...

Vitamin D Can Improve Mood Among Diabetics

June 26th, 2013
Vitamin D Improves Mood among Diabetics For Type 2 women diabetics, could lowered blood pressure, an improved mood, and weight loss all accompany taking Vitamin D supplements? The answer is yes, according to a ...