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There may be a few atheists in foxholes, but a new study suggests that in societies under stress, those who are religious outnumber â€“ and are happier than â€“ their nonreligious counterparts.
UC Riverside study finds that managersâ€™ conceptions of employees can be self-fulfilling prophecies that affect job satisfaction, relationships and trust.
Latinos are the fastest growing population in the United States and have relatively high rates of domestic violence coupled with social and linguistic barriers that can make it difficult for Latino families to access relevant social services.
What makes something funny? Philosophers have been tossing that question around since Plato.
A new doctoral thesis from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, shows that, in contrast to traditional scholarly claims, Dionysian cultic activities may very well have occurred in archaic Rome in the decades around 500 BC.
The quality of a person's social life could have an even greater impact than diet and exercise on their health and well-being.
Lifetime of Achievement Traces Arc of American Dream Parade to be Held on October 12 on Fifth Ave. in New York City NEW YORK, Aug. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Kenneth G.
PHILADELPHIA, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky, probably isn't the first place that people think of when they hear the phrase "most haunted." In fact, many people have never even heard of the legends surrounding this place - even some seasoned ghost hunters.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A Tokyo court on Friday upheld the death sentence for a top member of the doomsday cult charged with a nerve gas attack on Tokyo subway trains in 1995 that killed 12, sickened thousands and shattered Japan's myth of public safety.
When recalling memories of negative or positive events that helped to shape our identity, such as a break-up or marriage, we tend to downplay the fear, anger or other negative emotions experienced at the time and remember more of the positive emotions, new study findings indicate.
- A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.