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Mark Travers Ph.D.
New research seeks to understand the causes of parental burnout.
Scientists examine the British reality TV show "First Dates" for answers.
New research adds credibility to the "raw foodism" movement.
People with more intense lucid dreams reported lower levels of distress.
New research finds that eldest siblings are better at picking up second languages.
New research explores the connection between creativity and unethical behavior.
New research shows that physically stronger men have higher self-esteem.
Research finds, again, that men tend to overestimate their own attractiveness.
New science reveals a gender discrepancy in judgments of facial attractiveness.
Implications for you, and your online dating profile.
New research explores when your reputation matters ...and when it doesn’t.
New research finds that attractiveness does little to guarantee a healthy relationship.
Three days of post-workout recovery may be the optimal time needed to return to top form.
A new study challenges the claim that gender equality promotes Olympic success.
The surprising new science behind one of love’s gray areas: the “friend zone.”
NBA teams may be getting better at mitigating players' jet lag.
On the eve of the NBA finals, people are finding reason to like LeBron more than ever before.
Some people are surprisingly good at predicting the future. Are you one of them?
Umpires call more strikes for pitchers of their own race. Fact or fiction?
Research suggests that a clean mental slate is essential for peak performance. Add on relationship baggage, and performance suffers.
Before we tie Tom Brady to the whipping post, perhaps we should think about the times we bent, finessed, or massaged the rules for our own benefit.
Mark Travers, Ph.D., is a consumer insights specialist who applies advanced quantitative methods to understand consumer trends and behavior.