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Link Between Anxiety, Autism Traits, and Disordered EatingFri Nov 24 2023
Pioneering study links anxiety, autism traits, and adult eating habits, shedding light on under-researched area.
The Psychology Behind Rejected Monetary HandoutsFri Nov 24 2023
Unraveling the Mystery: Regret & Rational Punishment in Rejected Money Offers. New study challenges traditional economic theory. #Psychology #Behavior
Autistic People Both Express and Interpret Emotions DifferentlyTue Nov 14 2023
Unmasking facial expression diversity: How autism challenges emotions & communication. Study reveals nuances in expression styles & their impact.
Some Addiction Psychologists Dislike "Preaddiction” LabelWed Nov 01 2023
Examining the Pros and Cons of the Proposed 'Preaddiction' Label: What it could mean for Substance Use Disorder.
How to Reduce Pain From Weight-Based Rejection and DiscriminationSat Oct 14 2023
New research reveals the causes of weight-based rejection and proposes strategies for positive social change. Find out more.
Extreme Misogyny in Incels Probably Not Caused by Sexual FrustrationFri Sep 29 2023
New Study Challenges Link Between Sexual Frustration and Extreme Misogyny in Incels: Understanding the Psychology behind Misogynis
Study Challenges Prevailing Theory: Infants Grasp Language Through Overhearing ConversationsMon Sep 11 2023
New research finds infants can understand words even without direct speech, suggesting they learn language by overhearing conversations.
How People Navigate Dating After RejectionMon Sep 11 2023
New research reveals how individuals navigate new romantic relationships after rejection, displaying prosocial behavior rather than aggression.
Simulating a Bad Trip With VR Used to Treat AnxietyMon Sep 04 2023
Researchers propose a new aesthetic, "numadelic," to create transformative VR experiences similar to near-death and psychedelic encounters.
How Ambiguity and Noise Increase Pro-majority SentimentSun Sep 03 2023
Discover how new research explains how noise and ambiguity can actually foster consensus and overcome confirmation bias in opinion formation. #research #consensusbias #opinions
Holistic Face Processing in HumansWed Aug 16 2023
New study uncovers different aspects of holistic face processing: facilitation and interference effects explored.
Do Public Pools Increase Prejudice?Wed Aug 16 2023
New research reveals interethnic contact at public pools increases prejudice and far-right support, highlighting the need for better policy solutions.
How Metacognition Drives Confidence and UncertaintyMon Jul 10 2023
A new unpublished paper titled "Metacognition and Confidence: A Review and Synthesis" explores the neural basis of confidence and uncertainty and its impact on metacognition. The paper provides a roadmap for bridging the gap between the neuroscience...
Detecting Depression With Deep Learning and Brain ScansMon Jul 10 2023
New research has found promising results in using deep learning models to identify biomarkers in children and adolescents diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD). The study, titled "Resting-state EEG Classification of Children and Adolescents...
New Method Predicts Drug-Target Interactions with Unparalleled AccuracySun Jul 09 2023
Researchers have developed a new method for predicting drug-target interactions, according to an unpublished paper titled "Meta-Path-based Probabilistic Soft Logic for Drug-Target Interaction Prediction." The goal of the method is to automate and sp...
New Research Highlights Factors Influencing American Adoption of Climate-Friendly Behaviors for Effective ChangeWed Dec 31 1969
New research reveals factors shaping Americans' adoption of climate-friendly behaviors, aiding development of effective policies and interventions.