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2015-03-28 15:16:23

Everyone loves comfort food. But other than the fact that it's delicious, researchers have linked positive social situations to our affinity for the starchy foods.

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2015-03-01 13:49:05

Taylor Swift says to "shake it off" if you're rejected, but a new study shows that for people with depression, it's not that easy.

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2015-03-01 13:17:35

People with low self-esteem's resistance to address concerns may stem from a fear of negative outcomes.

2014-10-27 23:10:23

Spark Hire launches its rejection management feature to aid companies with better documentation of applications and communication with candidates. Chicago, IL

Cheering Up A Friend With Low Self-Esteem Is Not Always What They Want
2014-06-25 05:07:53

According to a new study out of the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada, researchers were able to determine that those with low self-esteem see themselves in a particularly negative light and will resist attempts to change that perception.

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2014-05-25 05:58:06

Even the most independent person sometimes finds his or her opinions changing in the presence of peer pressure, but new research reveals that there is an expiration date for the effects of social influence.

2014-04-18 10:01:48

Easter is a time when many people in the world think about their relationships with God.

Opioids In The Brain Ease Social Pain
2013-10-11 04:48:35

While previous research has shown that our brains release pain-killing opioids when the body experiences physical harm, a new study in the journal Molecular Psychiatry has revealed that this system is also activated by social pain.

2013-03-05 11:46:40

If you think giving someone the cold shoulder inflicts pain only on them, beware.


Word of the Day
adustion
  • The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
  • In medicine, cauterization.
The word 'adustion' comes from the Latin 'adustio', 'burning'.
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