While both men and women cultivate close relationships, the dynamics of these relationships appear to be quite different. A study published in Adaptive ...
«Dunbar and his colleagues noted that these differences could reflect the fact that women prefer to socialize one-on-one while men prefer to socialize in groups.»
When Japanese chef Yoshihiro Murata travels, he brings water with him from Japan. He says this is the only way to make truly authentic dashi, the ...
«Taking something out of its geographic or cultural context often changes the thing itself.»
New research provides evidence that anxiety is related to altered interoception, the perception of one's own internal bodily states. The new study, published in the journal Neuron, examined the…
A new study published in the journal PLOS One suggests that social anxiety is characterized by increased avoidance, rather than hypervigilance, during social situations. ...
«People with social anxiety disorder (SAD) experience a persistent fear of social judgment, leading them to avoid social scenarios.»
Reading non-evidence-based self-help statements encourages victim-blaming toward people with depression, according to a series of studies published in the Journal of Positive Psychology. The…
«Reading non-evidence-based self-help statements encourages victim-blaming toward people with depression, according to a series of studies published in the Journal of Positive Psychology.»
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