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Released: 21-May-2024 10:05 AM EDT
The hidden motive behind U.S. voters' stance on noncitizen voting
University of Florida

A new study from the University of Florida exposes a driving force fueling the debate on voting rights

Released: 21-May-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Gamers say they hate 鈥榮murfing,鈥 but admit they do it
Ohio State University

Online video game players believe the behavior known as 鈥渟murfing鈥 is generally wrong and toxic to the gaming community 鈥 but most admit to doing it and say some reasons make the behavior less blameworthy, new research finds. The new study suggests that debates about toxicity in gaming may sometimes be more complex and nuanced than is often acknowledged, according to the researchers.

Released: 20-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
COVID-19 Impacted Domestic Violence Differently Depending on Class, but Not in the Way You May Think: New Study
American Sociological Association (ASA)

New sociological research that looks into how crisis conditions during the pandemic鈥攕uch as poor heath and insecure housing鈥攁ffected domestic abuse and victims鈥 interpretation of violence.

   
Released: 16-May-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Offering Both Colonoscopy and At-Home Tests Doubled Colorectal Cancer Screening
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

In a trial analyzing how messages were framed in an underserved population, offering colorectal cancer screening options resulted in the highest screening rate

14-May-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Why do we overindulge?
American Psychological Association (APA)

If you tend to do other things or get distracted while eating dinner, you may be running the risk of over-consuming everyday pleasures later, possibly because the distraction caused you to enjoy yourself less, according to research published by the American Psychological Association.

Released: 14-May-2024 4:05 PM EDT
New Research: 1 in 5 U.S. Adults Lost to Suicide Had Recent Jail Experience
Michigan State University

A newly published study found that one in five U.S. adults who die by suicide spent at least one night in jail in the year prior to their death. Rapidly and efficiently providing prevention, screening and outreach resources for this group is critical to reducing adult suicides nationwide.

Released: 13-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
UChicago Medicine Ingalls Memorial Hospital adds beds, staff for behavioral health
University of Chicago Medical Center

To help address the growing need for mental health services on Chicago鈥檚 South Side and the south suburbs, the University of Chicago Medicine Ingalls Memorial Hospital is adding 15 beds to its behavioral health department inpatient unit. The new space is now open.

Released: 13-May-2024 12:05 PM EDT
New research challenges widespread beliefs about why we鈥檙e attracted to certain voices
McMaster University

New insights into how people perceive the human voice are challenging beliefs about which voices we find attractive. Previous studies have linked vocal averageness and attractiveness, finding that the more average a voice sounds, the higher it is rated in attractiveness.

日本无码: Autism鈥檚 Missing Microbes May Influence Social Behavior by Protecting the Gut
Released: 13-May-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Autism鈥檚 Missing Microbes May Influence Social Behavior by Protecting the Gut
University of Utah Health

For people with autism, constipation, diarrhea, and abdominal pain often go along with the social struggles and repetitive behaviors that define the condition. This has prompted many to wonder whether gastrointestinal (GI) problems arise due to autism鈥檚 behavioral or sensory features, or whether they might instead contribute to them.

8-May-2024 6:05 AM EDT
World-first regulations to combat sedentary behaviour among children in China show global promise
University of Bristol

Pioneering measures to tackle sedentary behaviour among children in China have proved effective, according to new research.

日本无码: Unobtrusive, implantable device could deepen our understanding of behavioral responses
Released: 10-May-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Unobtrusive, implantable device could deepen our understanding of behavioral responses
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

Measuring heart rate or body temperature may sound easy, but retrieving the data from small animals with bulky traditional tech is difficult, especially during behavioral tests, which are critical for understanding brain disorders. Thanks to a recent study, the animal data is now in reach.

日本无码: More than half of Americans give to charity at checkout, survey shows
Released: 6-May-2024 10:00 AM EDT
More than half of Americans give to charity at checkout, survey shows
Binghamton University, State University of New York

53% of Americans give impulsively to charities at the checkout, and certain demographics tend to give more, according to a new survey conducted by faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York.

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Released: 26-Apr-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Stress? It matters what you think
University of Miami

University of Miami specialists in health psychology and in mindfulness practices offer tips to help reframe how we perceive stress and shift our response to build resilience and support well-being.

日本无码: School suspensions and exclusions put vulnerable children at risk
Released: 14-Apr-2024 5:30 PM EDT
School suspensions and exclusions put vulnerable children at risk
University of South Australia

Managing problematic student behaviour is one of the most persistent, challenging, and controversial issues facing schools today. Yet despite best intentions to build a more inclusive and punitive-free education system, school suspensions and expulsions remain.

Released: 12-Apr-2024 4:05 PM EDT
MSU research suggests darker side of being politically confident
Michigan State University

New research from Michigan State University suggests that those who feel self-confident about their political abilities are more likely to discriminate against those who hold opposing political views. And those who are more skeptical of their political abilities are more likely to treat other people fairly when they disagree politically.

日本无码: Aging adults stay home more, socialize less than pre-pandemic
Released: 10-Apr-2024 7:05 PM EDT
Aging adults stay home more, socialize less than pre-pandemic
University of Colorado Boulder

Four years after the U.S. began to slowly emerge from mandatory COVID-19 lockdowns, a study of 7,000 aging adults suggests that for many, life has never been the same.

日本无码: Teen Behavior, Explained by a Neuroscientist
Released: 9-Apr-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Teen Behavior, Explained by a Neuroscientist
Tufts University

A researcher at Tufts School of Medicine explains how brain development鈥攁s well as current events鈥攃an influence decision-making in adolescence.

     
日本无码: Eye Movement Study: 400-Year-Old Painting Holds Powerful Insights for Today鈥檚 Marketers
Released: 9-Apr-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Eye Movement Study: 400-Year-Old Painting Holds Powerful Insights for Today鈥檚 Marketers
New York Institute of Technology, New York Tech

An eye movement study led by a New York Institute of Technology psychology researcher suggests that techniques used in a Baroque-era painting could help today鈥檚 marketers catch the attention of modern consumers.

     
Released: 8-Apr-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Everyday social interactions predict language development in infants
University of Washington

In a study published April 8 in Current Biology, University of Washington researchers found that when the adult talked and played socially with a 5-month-old baby, the baby鈥檚 brain activity particularly increased in regions responsible for attention 鈥 and the level of this type of activity predicted enhanced language development at later ages.

日本无码: Your unsupportive partner is physically stressing you out, new research reveals
4-Apr-2024 8:05 AM EDT
Your unsupportive partner is physically stressing you out, new research reveals
Binghamton University, State University of New York

Couples feel more understood and cared for when their partners show positive support skills 鈥 and it鈥檚 evidenced by levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the body 鈥 according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.

   
日本无码: UTEP Study: Prairie Voles Display Signs of Human-like Depression
Released: 4-Apr-2024 3:05 PM EDT
UTEP Study: Prairie Voles Display Signs of Human-like Depression
University of Texas at El Paso

In a study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, UTEP researchers make the case that prairie voles, small rodents that are found throughout the central United States and Canada, can be effectively used as animal models to further the study of clinical depression.

日本无码: Talking Politics With Strangers Isn鈥檛 as Awful as You鈥檇 Expect, Research Suggests
Released: 3-Apr-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Talking Politics With Strangers Isn鈥檛 as Awful as You鈥檇 Expect, Research Suggests
Association for Psychological Science

Individuals underestimate the social connection they can make with a stranger who disagrees with them on contentious issues, a new research paper suggests.

Released: 1-Apr-2024 9:00 AM EDT
Mountainside Medical Center Enhances Behavioral Health Services with Acquisition from Envision Healthcare
Hackensack Meridian Health (Mountainside Medical Center)

Mountainside Medical Center proudly announces the successful acquisition of behavioral health providers from Envision Healthcare. This marks a significant milestone in the hospital鈥檚 commitment to meeting the evolving needs of patients and the community.

Released: 1-Apr-2024 8:05 AM EDT
Counseling Awareness Month Honors Professionals Who Foster Mental Health and Wellness
American Counseling Association

At a time when the need for mental health services in the U.S. is higher than ever, counselors play a key role in increasing access to and delivering mental health care.

Released: 29-Mar-2024 12:05 PM EDT
What Ohtani scandal means for his career, fans and team: U-M experts can comment
University of Michigan

University of Michigan experts are available to discuss the scandal involving Los Angeles Dodgers player Shohai Ohtani, the two-way sensation and two-time American League Most Valuable Player, and interpreter Ippei Mizuhara, who was fired for stealing $4.5 million from Ohtani's bank account to pay off gambling debts.

Released: 27-Mar-2024 1:05 PM EDT
ACA Awards Recognize Achievement and Excellence in Professional Counseling
American Counseling Association

Counselors from across the United States are being honored for excellence in research, career and humanitarian achievement.

日本无码: Frank Ghinassi Named Chair of the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare Board of Trustees
Released: 26-Mar-2024 4:05 PM EDT
Frank Ghinassi Named Chair of the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare Board of Trustees
Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Frank A. Ghinassi, president and chief executive of Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care and senior vice president of Behavioral Health Services at RWJBarnabas Health, has been named the 2024 chair of the board of trustees for the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare (NABH).

日本无码: Johns Hopkins Children鈥檚 Center Study Shows Negative Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Youth Minority Mental Health
Released: 26-Mar-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Johns Hopkins Children鈥檚 Center Study Shows Negative Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Youth Minority Mental Health
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Recent historical, political and public health events, most notably the COVID-19 pandemic, have collectively contributed to increased stress and mental health challenges among many groups of people 鈥 including adolescents in racial and ethnic minorities.

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Rutgers Health Professor Chosen as President-Elect of American Psychiatric Association
Released: 20-Mar-2024 2:05 PM EDT
Rutgers Health Professor Chosen as President-Elect of American Psychiatric Association
Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Theresa Miskimen, clinical professor of psychiatry at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, has been named president-elect of the American Psychiatric Association.

Released: 19-Mar-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Report finds California's mental health crisis programs need consistent funding, community engagement
UC Davis Health

UC Davis health researchers evaluated California鈥檚 mental health crisis management and prevention programs. Their report identified gaps in the system and called for more sustainable programs and community collaborations to support people with mental illness.

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Released: 19-Mar-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Mackenzie Scott鈥檚 Yield Giving Announces $2 Million Grant to South Bronx鈥檚 Health People to Expand Peer-to-Peer Education to Tackle Most Wide-Spread 鈥 and Preventable 鈥 Chronic Diseases Afflicting Residents of Poor and Minority Communities
Health People

Today, we鈥檙e excited to share that we鈥檝e been selected to receive a $2million gift as an awardee of the Yield Giving Open Call. Our project was selected from among 6,353 applications from all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico after a process of multiple levels of review, feedback, and diligence involving peer applicants and an external Evaluation Panel recruited for experience relevant to this cause. Health People is very grateful and excited to use these funds to develop our Community Training Institute, enabling us to effectively train other community groups across the city to implement peer-based chronic disease self-care and preventive education.

   
Released: 19-Mar-2024 10:00 AM EDT
Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation Awards Hackensack Meridian Health Foundation $10 Million Grant to Expand Adolescent Behavioral Health Services in New Jersey
Hackensack Meridian Health

Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation Awards Hackensack Meridian Health Foundation $10 Million Grant to Expand Adolescent Behavioral Health Services in New Jersey

Released: 18-Mar-2024 3:45 PM EDT
Two-Day Course Teaches Hospitals and Health Systems How to Address Unprofessionalism and Unsafe Behavior
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

The Vanderbilt Health Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy (CPPA) will host a two-day, hands-on course in Nashville to equip hospital and health system leaders with strategies and tools to address unprofessionalism and create a safe, respectful and reliable environment inside their organizations.

Released: 18-Mar-2024 8:00 AM EDT
Breathe, don鈥檛 vent: Turning down the heat is key to managing anger
Ohio State University

Venting about a source of anger might feel good in the moment, but it鈥檚 not effective at reducing the rage, new research suggests.

Released: 15-Mar-2024 11:00 AM EDT
New Research in April: Colorectal Cancer, Kidney Health, OR Supply Costs, and More
American College of Surgeons (ACS)

The April issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons (JACS) features new research on topics ranging from colorectal cancer and social vulnerability to operating room supply costs, the rise in school shootings since 1970, and the impact of permitless open carry laws on suicide rates, among others.

   
Released: 15-Mar-2024 9:15 AM EDT
Study of Fatal and Nonfatal Shootings by Police Reveals Racial Disparities, Dispatch Risks
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

A new study from researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions and Vanderbilt University found that an average of 1,769 people were injured annually in police shootings from 2015 to 2020, 55 percent of them or 979 people, fatally.

 
日本无码: Lessons from the pandemic: the trouble with working from home
Released: 13-Mar-2024 7:05 PM EDT
Lessons from the pandemic: the trouble with working from home
Universite de Montreal

Remember when COVID-19 hit, and suddenly everyone was working from home? Well, a team of researchers in Montreal and Paris decided to dig deeper into how this shift affected office workers during the pandemic.

日本无码: Women Leaders Who Have Broken Down Barriers: Global Politics Expert Reflects on Women鈥檚 History Month
Released: 12-Mar-2024 9:05 AM EDT
Women Leaders Who Have Broken Down Barriers: Global Politics Expert Reflects on Women鈥檚 History Month
Virginia Tech

Women鈥檚 History Month recognizes the achievements of women throughout the world. Virginia Tech political science expert Farida Jalalzai reflects on world leaders who are women, and how in recent years they鈥檝e broken down barriers and expanded understandings of the roles of women in governance.

日本无码: When a team is less than the sum of its parts: tensions between individual and team wellbeing
Released: 12-Mar-2024 5:05 AM EDT
When a team is less than the sum of its parts: tensions between individual and team wellbeing
Aalto University

Individual wellbeing doesn鈥檛 always add up to team wellbeing 鈥 but reflection and open communication can help

   
日本无码: Consuming refined carbs might be linked to perceived facial attractiveness
28-Feb-2024 12:50 PM EST
Consuming refined carbs might be linked to perceived facial attractiveness
PLOS

Acute and chronic consumption of high-glycemic food was associated with lower attractiveness ratings, independent of factors such as BMI and age.

   
日本无码: Study Shows Differences in How Patients with Impulse Control Disorder Process Consequences
Released: 4-Mar-2024 8:00 AM EST
Study Shows Differences in How Patients with Impulse Control Disorder Process Consequences
Wake Forest University School of Medicine

In a new study, published online today in Scientific Reports, researchers found differences in how people with ICD process the consequences of their actions compared to those without ICD, both on and off medication.

Released: 1-Mar-2024 11:05 AM EST
A mental process that leads to putting off an unpleasant task
Ohio State University

Putting off a burdensome task may seem like a universal trait, but new research suggests that people whose negative attitudes tend to dictate their behavior in a range of situations are more likely to delay tackling the task at hand.

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Released: 29-Feb-2024 3:20 PM EST
Your Back Hurts? There鈥檚 Physical Therapy for That
Tufts University

Tufts University School of Medicine physical therapist Kathryn Sawyer shares tips and tools to help people experiencing acute low back pain.

   
25-Feb-2024 8:00 PM EST
Similar Genetic Elements Underlie Vocal Learning in Bats, Whales, and Seals
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

In a paper in the prestigious journal Science to appear on Feb. 29, 2024, a multi-institutional team led by scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and University of California at Berkeley found parts of the genome, both within genes and outside of them, that evolved and are associated with vocal learning across mammals. These elements have been linked to autism in humans.

Released: 29-Feb-2024 1:05 PM EST
University of West Florida Crowd Management Expert Writes Op-ed on Crowd Storming
University of West Florida

Court storming is a right of passage. So was paddling, wedgies, and other antics that we have decided as a society need to end. Maybe it is time to stop court/field storming. The following represent some insight from Professor Gil Fried of the University of West Florida (Professor and Interim Assistant Dean of the College of Business) who is often referred to as the Crowd Management Doctor.



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