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By Jordan Axt
We all have prejudices we're not even aware of—but they don't have to govern our behavior
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By Brian Chin
Research shows that married people tend to be healthier than both people who have never been married and people who were previously married (i.e., divorced, widowed, or separated). But it’s less clear how or why married people are in better health. Are there biological and psychological advantages of marriage?
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By Joshua John Clarkson, Ashley Otto and Edward Hirt
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By Janna M. Gottwald
Executive functions are processes that help us to focus on what is important, to remember things, and to plan our daily activities. Finding early markers of executive functioning could help researchers develop interventions for children with impaired executive functioning (Diamond, 2013), but early executive functioning and its emergence in infancy are not yet sufficiently understood.
Submitted by BlogEditor on Mon, 11/21/2016 - 11:30
By James A. Russell
Humans everywhere easily read each other’s emotions from their faces – facial expressions of basic emotions are universally recognized -- or so we are told in our textbooks. A new series of studies raises doubts about this claim.