Latest Interpersonal relationships Stories
A new study has emerged which reaffirms something most of us knew all along: You don’t have to be close with your partner to have a good relationship, you just need to be happy and play by your own rules.
Concerns and anxieties about one’s close relationships appear to function as a chronic stressor that can compromise immunity.
A group of European researchers has released a timely study showing that men are more likely than women to take risks once sex and romance have been introduced into a situation.
Research conducted by Matthew Shaffer, a doctoral psychology student at UT and C. Veronica Smith, an assistant psychology professor at the University of Mississippi, reveals that the first sexual experience can set the tone for the rest of one's sexual life.
Genetics plays a major role in peer rejection and victimization in early elementary school.
Ill-advised practices and beliefs have become commonplace in our culture, such as the use of infant formula, the isolation of infants in their own rooms or the belief that responding too quickly to a fussing baby will 'spoil' it.
A new study led by Joshua Hart, assistant professor of psychology, suggests that men’s insecurities about relationships and conflicted views of women as romantic partners and rivals could lead some to adopt sexist attitudes about women.
A new study from the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis reveals that epigenetics, rather than genetics, could be the basis for homosexuality.
Do you have commitment phobia? A new study led by researchers at Tel Aviv University reveals that individuals with an 'avoidant attachment' relationship style may be able to blame it on their parents.
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