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Researchers from Harvard University and the University of California, San Diego have found that our place in a social network is influenced in part by our genes. The…

Minimally invasive, image-guided treatment is a safe and precise method for removal of self-inflicted foreign objects from the body, according to the first report on “self-embedding disorder,” or self-injury…


A groundbreaking study being presented on 22nd November at the British Psychological Society Scotland’s Annual Conference suggests the orientation of a baby’s buggy impacts on mother-baby interaction, infant stress…


A link between reduced levels of the ‘stress hormone’ cortisol and antisocial behaviour in male adolescents has been discovered by a research team at the University of Cambridge.


Men who believe in traditional roles for women earn more money than men who don’t, and women with more egalitarian views don’t make much more than women with a…


When we hear somebody described as “frosty” or “cold”, we automatically picture a person who is unfriendly and antisocial. There are numerous examples in our daily language of metaphors…


The victory stance of a gold medalist and the slumped shoulders of a non-finalist are innate and biological rather than learned responses to success and failure, according to a…


Alcoholics are more impulsive than non-addicted people making financial decisions, revealed by researcher Charlotte Boettiger at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The researchers also discovered…

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