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New research examines attitudes towards homosexuality in 23 countries.
New research explores the complex relationship between gratitude and health.
A new study finds promising results.
A new study finds that food restrictions may be related to feelings of social isolation.
New research quantifies the percentage of people who struggle to find romance.
New research explores the effect of birth order on homosexuality in Indonesia.
New research explores the influence a divorce can have on self-esteem.
A new meta-analysis suggests social media use causes more harm than good.
New research examines female flirtation tactics.
New research explores child-parent associations in moral reasoning.
New research explores the complicated relationship between Facebook use and happiness.
Psychologists explore the possibility of using microblogs for psychoanalysis.
New research compares the personalities of adults with and without siblings.
New research explores the evolution of narcissism over the lifespan.
New research explores the personality types that respond best to confusion.
New research seeks to verify a controversial finding in personality research.
A new study finds an interesting twist in the way narcissists view intelligence.
A new study explores the possible developmental sources of rejection sensitivity.
People around the world prefer to be distracted than to think good thoughts.
A new study finds that men tend to use more abstract language than women.
A new study finds that men view past relationships with more fondness than women.
Our brains don't turn off when we fall asleep—but can they solve hard problems?
New research explores misperceptions about racial economic equality in America.
New research says yes, but it depends on your follow-through.
New research identifies personality traits that predict success in the gym.
New research examines personality differences between left and right-cradlers.
New research examines the postnatal effects of benzodiazines and z-hypnotics.
A new study explores the pros and cons of the "social media vacation" trend.
A new study suggests that nubility, not fertility, is the key to attractiveness.
New research explores adult romantic attachment styles and pronoun use.
Mark Travers, Ph.D., is a psychologist who offers research-informed personal development and professional coaching.