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Understanding and improving the mental health of immigrants
A recent systematic review and meta-analysis examines maladaptive schemas and core beliefs in victims of intimate partner violence.
New research suggests socializing beyond a certain frequency can have little health benefit and might even cause harm.
Marijuana use is associated with several physical and psychological effects. Four research studies examine marijuana use in different populations.
New research from the UK finds that a very short mindfulness meditation session (focusing on body and breath) enhances visual short-term memory.
New research investigates whether people seek heroic romantic partners. It also examines potential biological reasons for this behavior.
A new study examines how the body size of a target influences judgments of warmth and competence.
A recent qualitative systematic review discusses how people grieve the loss of a pet.
Showing anger is a natural response to being falsely accused. Yet, a new investigation finds that people who display anger are often perceived as guilty.
A summary of a recently published review article on the link between religious beliefs and sexual and reproductive behaviors such as mating and parenting.
New research reports the results of how 582 therapists rank 10 emotion regulation strategies for managing stress.
Research offers additional motivation to commit to building intimacy.
Why do some people self-sabotage love? New research sheds some light.
Research suggests disapproving family and friends are more likely to have dark personality traits.
New research examines various factors (e.g., acceptance, narcissistic entitlement) to determine when divorced parents are more or less likely to forgive their ex-partners.
New research suggests that men who believe they do not make good romantic partners are more likely to endorse hostile sexism than benevolent sexism.
New research uncovers five diet styles. Knowledge of these eating habits can be used to personalize weight management interventions and increase their success.
New research suggests two mindfulness techniques interfere with the development and intensification of chocolate cravings.
A new randomized, controlled trial investigates the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy for misophonia.
New research suggests embarrassment and awkwardness need not stop you from expressing thankfulness because texting it may be just as beneficial.
Looking for alternatives to manage pain? New research suggests a zest intervention might be effective.
A recent paper discusses the characteristics of typical scam victims and ways to prevent scams.
New research explores the frog-pond effect, which suggests people feel better about themselves when they are the big fish in a little pond.
A recent paper explores 8 mechanisms potentially involved in identity change, such as a sense of belonging,
A recent paper reviews the health benefits of awe, common awe facilitators, and barriers to awe.
Got zinc? A new meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials and observational studies suggests zinc is beneficial for certain patients with depression.
A new study examines the relationship preferences of people who score high on Machiavellianism, narcissism, and psychopathy.
What is the core of aversive psychopathology and dark personality traits, like narcissism? New research examines this core, which is called the Dark Factor of Personality (D).
A recent paper explores the latest developments in managing and preventing two primary headaches: cluster headaches and tension-type headaches.
A recent paper discusses the latest evidence-based treatments for migraine headaches.
Encouraging findings emerge from a new randomized controlled trial of psilocybin-assisted therapy for depression.
Arash Emamzadeh attended the University of British Columbia in Canada, where he studied genetics and psychology. He has also done graduate work in clinical psychology and neuropsychology in U.S.