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Study highlights importance of intimate, social relationships for older adults in assisted-living facilities
NEWS MEDICAL Intimate and social relationships remain important for older adults residing in assisted-living facilities, according to a recent study. 9 hours
Knowing one's place in a social hierarchy
SCIENCE DAILY When you start a new job, it's normal to spend the first day working out who's who in the pecking order, information that will come in handy for making connections in the future. In... 14 hours
Medical News Today: Peer pressure and festive food: Who are you trying to impress?
MNT Who we eat with affects what we eat and how much of it. How will your peer or family group... 15 hours
Peer pressure and festive food: Who are you trying to impress?
MNT Who we eat with affects what we eat and how much of it. How will your peer or family group affect your dietary plans this Christmas? 16 hours
the unwilling model faces of white supremacy The unwilling model faces of white supremacy
THE VERGE Twitter accounts use pictures of white women to push their racist narrative, and those white women don’t even know it’s happening. Continue... 17 hours
Minority youth face stiffer juvenile court sanctions in areas with high minority population, study finds
PHYS.ORG A new study by a Virginia Commonwealth University criminal justice professor analyzed data from the Department of Juvenile... 20 hours
Church and spirituality could help in treating mothers of color with PPD symptoms
NEWS MEDICAL Churches and other faith-based communities are an untapped resource that health-care providers should consider when suggesting treatment options for African-American and Latina... 1 day
Peer support interventions effective in improving blood sugar levels of Hispanics with diabetes
NEWS MEDICAL Diabetes is a global health problem that disproportionally affects individuals of ethnic and racial minorities. 1 day
Research assesses impact of soil erosion on land and communities in East Africa
PHYS.ORG The impact of soil erosion on both the environmental and social wellbeing of communities in East Africa is to be explored in... 2 days
Workplace by Facebook seeks work life balance
TechCrunch  Workplace by Facebook officially launched six weeks ago and director Julien Codorniou came onstage at Disrupt London today to talk about how the... 2 days
Researchers find racial, gender bias in online freelance marketplaces
PHYS.ORG In the so-called "gig economy," where algorithms, not people, drive the matches between workers and customers, hiring someone—from a plumber to a logo designer—should be bias free, right? 2 days
Men at risk of overeating in social situations, new study finds
NEWS MEDICAL Gorging at a holiday meal or friend's BBQ might have more to do with your ego than the quality of the food -- especially if you're... 2 days
Political left, right both inspired by utopian hopes: study
PHYS.ORG Despite the ideological differences separating liberals and conservatives, they share similar motivations for their political engagement, according to a new study from a University of Illinois at Chicago social psychologist. 2 days
Avoiding spiritual struggles and existential questions is linked with poorer mental health
SCIENCE DAILY Fear of confronting the tensions and conflicts brought on by existential concerns—the “big questions” of life—is linked with poorer mental health, including higher levels... 3 days
Age of world's worshipers could shape global issues
PHYS.ORG The relative portion of older adherents to the world's religions will shift in the coming decades, according to a study by a researcher at the the Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center,... 3 days
Time constraints and the competition determine a hunter's decision to shoot
SCIENCE DAILY What prompts a hunter to shoot an animal after it is spotted? Researchers studied more than 180,000 choice situations where hunters had spotted an animal and... 3 days
Racial divides decline but still exist in urban America
PHYS.ORG Blacks and Hispanics are significantly more likely than whites and Asians to live in high-poverty neighborhoods in the United States—neighborhoods that are often characterized by poor schools, limited social services... 3 days
Microsoft has a new AI bot in town, and its name is Zo
Windows Central Microsoft has a new AI chat bot in town called Zo, first spotted on Twitter, which we're assuming is the "successor" to... 3 days
Stress-hormone differences identified among gay men
SCIENCE DAILY Increased stigma and discrimination can affect circadian HPA-axis functioning, say researchers. The majority of previous studies have been conducted among white heterosexuals, with very little research examining HPA-axis functioning between different minorities. Individuals who identify as... 3 days
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THE VERGE Maybe I'm just noticing it more right now, but several of the last two... 5 days
The pernicious effects of disrespecting the constraints of science
PHYS.ORG Recent political events and the proliferation of "fake news" and the apparent futility of fact checking in the public domain have led me to obsess about the role played by... 6 days
cutting welfare to protect the economy ignores lessons of history researchers claim Cutting welfare to protect the economy ignores lessons of history, researchers claim
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Amid ongoing welfare cuts, researchers argue that investment in health and social care have been integral to British economic success since 1600. 6 days
Chimpanzees recognise one another from their rear ends
PHYS.ORG It is important for social animals to be able to recognise one another quickly. Humans are able to recognise each other immediately from their faces. Faces are also important for chimpanzees, but... 6 days
‘Nudges’ could be effective way for encouraging patients to complete health care programs
NEWS MEDICAL Keeping messages brief and simple can produce gains when trying to encourage patients to complete a health care program, says research co-written by a... 6 days
Autism spectrum disorders: New genetic cause of identified
SCIENCE DAILY Autism spectrum disorders affect around one percent of the world's population and are characterized by a range of difficulties in social interaction and communication. In a new study, a research team has... 6 days
Changes in cooperation around natural resources more disruptive than declines in resource availability
SCIENCE DAILY A new study combines social and physical science in new ways, seeking to understand how changes in Arctic resource-sharing behaviors could affect... 7 days
Spatial helps users navigate like a native
TechCrunch  Lyden Foust was an ethnographer traveling the world on behalf of corporations, living in a city for months at a time to... 7 days
New form of autism found: New genetic cause of ASD
SCIENCE DAILY Autism spectrum disorders affect around one percent of the world's population and are characterized by a range of difficulties in social interaction and communication. In a new study,... 7 days
Can research methods from different disciplines work together?
SCIENCE DAILY A new article exploring how to make research methods from different disciplines work together has been published by experts. The article's recommendations are based on the experience of organizing an enormous multidisciplinary... 7 days
'One app, two systems' for China app censorship: researchers
PHYS.ORG China's hugely popular social media app WeChat operates different censorship systems for Chinese- and overseas-based users, a research group found, applying the Communist country's rules to mainland-registered accounts even when... 7 days
Can research methods from different disciplines work together?
PHYS.ORG A new article exploring how to make research methods from different disciplines work together has been published in Cultural Trends. The article's recommendations are based on the experience of organizing an enormous... 7 days
Science News » Molecular Tool Parses Social Fear Circuit Intertwined with Aggression Hub
NIMH A genetic engineering tool has disentangled seemingly hopelessly intertwined brain circuits for social fear and aggression in mice. 1 week
Community college student success may be improved by one-stop social services, study finds
PHYS.ORG As community colleges across the nation struggle to improve completion rates, a new RAND Corporation study of an innovative effort providing students... 1 week
Parents should avoid pressuring young children over grades
SCIENCE DAILY Parents shouldn't obsess over grades and extracurricular activities for young schoolchildren, especially if such ambitions come at the expense of social skills and kindness, researchers state in a new report. 1 week
Big data analytics—Nostradamus of the 21st century
PHYS.ORG With much of the debate as to whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton would win the election taking place online, people blogging, tweeting or updating social media with their thoughts on the topic provided... 1 week
u k minister wants to reduce ipad use in schools to curb bullying U.K. Minister Wants to Reduce iPad Use in Schools to Curb Bullying
MacRumors Schools in the U.K. should reduce the use of iPads during lessons because some children are using them to bully and harass others, according... 1 week
Study examines effect of privacy controls on Facebook behavior
PHYS.ORG Despite the widespread popularity of online social network platforms, privacy remains a troublesome issue. A new study from the Naveen Jindal School of Management assesses the impact of Facebook's granular... 1 week
British politician calls on schools to reduce iPad usage in the classroom, claims it contributes to bullying
9to5Mac There’s always... 1 week
British politician calls on schools to reduce iPad usage in the classroom, claims it contributes to bulling
9to5Mac There’s always... 1 week
Ants communicate by mouth-to-mouth fluid exchange
SCIENCE DAILY Liquids shared mouth-to-mouth by social insects contain proteins and small molecules that can influence the development and organization of their colonies, according to new research. 1 week
Spiritual Mind: What a Religious Experience Looks Like in the Brain
LIVE SCIENCE Spiritual feelings may activate the same areas of the brain as other rewarding and pleasurable experiences, like love, sex and drugs. 1 week
Researcher finds link between social disadvantage and mental illness among people in northern India
NEWS MEDICAL A survey of nearly 1000 households in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand showed that six percent of adults were... 1 week
Parents should avoid pressuring young children over grades, study says
PHYS.ORG New research from ASU suggests parents shouldn't obsess over grades and extracurricular activities for young schoolchildren, especially if such ambitions come at the expense of social skills and... 1 week
Medical News Today: Religious experience activates same brain circuits as 'sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll'
MNT Using neuroimaging technology, a new study examines what our brain activity looks like when we have... 1 week
Religious experience activates same brain circuits as 'sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll'
MNT Using neuroimaging technology, a new study examines what our brain activity looks like when we have an intense religious experience. 1 week
Human groups key to preserving natural resources
PHYS.ORG Learning between human social groups may be key to sustaining the environment, according to a new study that uses mathematical modeling to understand what factors most influence societies to conserve natural resources. 1 week
This is your brain on God: Spiritual experiences activate brain reward circuits
SCIENCE DAILY Religious and spiritual experiences activate the brain reward circuits in much the same way as love, sex, gambling, drugs and music, report researchers. 1 week
Dictionary.com's word of the year makes you question humanity - CNET
CNET The popular dictionary site chooses "xenophobia" as its word of the year, saying fear of the other defines our times. 1 week
Bullying rates remain higher for children with disabilities, even as they mature
SCIENCE DAILY More than 22 percent of children ages 12-18 say they have been bullied in school within the last month; a significant portion of those... 1 week
Scans locate historic secret room in walls of Gunpowder plot house
PHYS.ORG Concealed inside a key building in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, researchers from The University of Nottingham have used the latest scanning technology to reveal in... 1 week
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