Feel her pain, your wife will be happier

14 May 2012
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A research from the Harvard Medical School studied 156 heterosexual couples. They found out that the men’s ability to read their partner’s emotions with accuracy predicted greater couple relation satisfaction. Published in Journal of Family Psychology (Feb. 2012)

Early musical training is good for your baby

14 May 2012
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After completing the first study of its kind, psychologists at McMaster University have discovered that very early musical training benefits children even before they can walk or talk. Read the full article here.

Young adult black males less likely to seek help

13 May 2012
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A recent research by the university of Michigan has shown that young black males are less likely to seek help from netlah health services than young white adults. Their sample included more than 10 000 participants. Published in Psychological Services.

Can you cope with pressure?

06 May 2012
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An online psychology study, available on the BBC Website aims to study the psychology of pressure. By analysing the data from those who take part, research psychologist want to understand how performance is affected when we are under pressure. The research focuses on the psychological effect of pressure in sport and in everyday life. You can participate on the BBC lab Website.

Depression, still a stigma

02 May 2012
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The World Health Organization considers that 121 million people suffer from depression worldwide. However, a recent study by the University of California has shown that most people do not reveal their symptoms to their doctor as they are mainly afraid of the side effects of antidepressant medication.This has obviously many implications of public health. Click here to read to full article.

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