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Psych Central News Mar 2, 2015 - New research from Canada suggests people with low self-esteem are more likely to stay in unhappy relationships. University of Waterloo investigators found that sufferers of low self-esteem tend not to voice relationship complaints with their partner because they fear rejection. This finding was somewhat contrary to what is often assumed. “There is a perception that people […]
Psych Central News Mar 2, 2015 - Emerging research challenges strategies that have historically been used to encourage healthy eating. Four new perspectives were presented in a symposium, “Challenging Misconceptions About the Psychology of Food Choice,” presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conference. To begin, a study published in the ...
Psych Central News Mar 2, 2015 - Psychological research has never been the same after social media opened up a digital world of big data. During a recent conference, researchers discussed new methods of language analysis, and how social media can be leveraged to study personality, mental and physical health, and cross-cultural differences. The symposium was delivered at the Society for Personality and […]
Psych Central News Mar 2, 2015 - Emerging research looks at the relationship between money and well-being and finds conflicting evidence on the link between money and happiness. Research published in the journal Psychological Science has shown that experiential purchases — money spent on doing — may provide more enduring happiness than material purchases (money spent ...
Google Mental Health News Mar 2, 2015 - If I were Prime Minister: I'd ensure ministers took mental health in the armed ... Our investigation showed that a number of soldiers were being discharged with mental health problems. Within months of leaving service, they were taking their own lives. The MOD had no record of these suicides. They lost touch with the young men as ...
Google Mental Health News Mar 2, 2015 - Emcee Alan Thicke and headlining act Gerry Dee pose for a shot with Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie and Steve Hoscheit, president & CEO for Trillium Health Partners Foundation, at the organization's third-annual Laugh Out Laud Gala at the ...and more »
Medical News Today Mental Health Mar 2, 2015 - A psychological experiment involving sharing chocolate with a hypothetical peer shows that kids who have low levels of sympathy may share out of moral respect.
Google Mental Health News Mar 2, 2015 - “We need better information to guide policies around the mental health care and treatment of children and youth in this province,” said Dr. Paul Kurdyak, who heads the Mental Health and Addictions Research Program at the Institute for Clinical ...New Report Suggests Room For Improvement In Ontario's Mental Health ...Am980 London Newsall 12 news articles »