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2012-02-28 10:36:24

Hispanics are enrolling in the higher education system at a greater rate than ever, yet they are less likely than their non-Hispanic peers to enter college or earn degrees, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. A new study by a University of Missouri researcher found that Mexican-American college students´ family and peer attachments are associated with prosocial and physically aggressive behaviors that can affect their success in college. Gustavo Carlo, Millsap Professor of Diversity...

2012-02-07 23:20:00

In his three decades of working with couples and individuals as a sex therapist and marriage counselor, Dr. Marty Klein has continually seen that although most people say what they want from sex is pleasure and closeness, that´s not what they focus on during sex. Most people are preoccupied with how they look, what their partner is thinking, how they're performing, and whether they're “normal.” His book Sexual Intelligence sets out to remove the obsession with sexual...

2011-12-14 19:45:41

The ability to trust, love, and resolve conflict with loved ones starts in childhood–way earlier than you may think. That is one message of a new review of the literature in Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal published by the Association for Psychological Science. “Your interpersonal experiences with your mother during the first 12 to 18 months of life predict your behavior in romantic relationships 20 years later,” says psychologist Jeffry A. Simpson,...

2011-11-17 21:40:00

An article in the New York Times ("Love, Lies and What They Learned"(http://nyti.ms/sUYbxr) suggests that when seeking out a mate, people tend to pick someone with similar characteristics to themselves.However, research from Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil suggests that - although on the surface people may look for mates with personalities similar to theirs - people fundamentally go for someone who "balances them out." (PRWEB) November 17, 2011 An article in the New York Times ("Love, Lies and What...


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