AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
A device to check device addiction
Finding a cure for a ‘phoney’ addiction that is proving only too uncomfortably real.
Fat shaming doctors may harm obese people mentally, physically
New York, Aug 6 (IANS) Fat shaming done by health care providers can take a toll on overweight people's physical health and well-being, according to a study.
Early exposure to porn may up sexist attitude in men
New York, Aug 4 (IANS) Young boys exposed to pornography are more likely to develop sexist attitudes and seek dominance over women, researchers say.
All you needed to know about cheating
Can someone, who has cheated on a partner in the past, repeat the pattern again? Yes, says a recent study.
Perfectionists at increased risk of suicide?
Perfectionism is a bigger risk factor in suicide than we may think, said scientists who called for closer attention to its potential destructiveness.
Facebooking has pros and cons for teens: Study
Social networking sites pose both risks and benefits to children as their studies get affected but at the same time the introverts learn how to socialise, says a study.
Working with pets every day can increase risk of depression
Seeing animals suffer on a daily basis can lead to burnout, compassion fatigue and mental health issues.
Work of law schools across globe helped SC verdict on section 377
Some of the universities whose research papers found mention in the apex court's verdict include National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS) and O P Jindal Global University (JGU).
If your doctor fat shames you often, it's time to look for a new one
Fat shaming done by health care providers can take a toll on overweight people's physical health and well-being.
Want to boost your career? Follow these 7 tips to persuade others
Irrespective of your job, it is important to influence others in order to grow in your career.
US Presidential election stressing out Americans: Study
The survey was conducted online among 3,511 adults aged over 18 living in the US by the American Psychological Association (APA).
Feeling stressed? Put your smartphone down
The attachment to devices and the constant use of technology is associated with higher stress levels, researchers found.
Technology addiction: Check out the perpetual influx of new technologies in our lives
The constant stimulation from electronics makes our brain accustom to "popping", fast-paced stream of information that we find on the internet.
Selfies: Promoting narcissism since 2002
Selfitis is not a recorded medical condition yet, but just plain old narcissism manifesting the social media way.
Frequent school changes hurt kids' math scores
Students who change schools frequently are at risk of lower math scores and have a harder time managing their behaviour and attention in the classroom.
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