Researchers have developed a new tool, dubbed PerCEIVED Task, which assesses how accurately people can recognize specific emotions in elementary school-aged children.
The older an adult believes a Black child to be, the more likely they are to believe the child is exhibiting angry emotions, even when they are not. The same emotional perception shift does not occur when an adult sees an image of a white child.
Researchers share new insight on subjective age discordance, the difference between how old you feel and how old you would like to be. The study reports on days you feel closest to your ideal age, your mood is more positive.
Resilience fluctuates because it encompasses the way individuals respond to a variety of circumstances over time.
Study reveals clear differences between children who are rejected by their peers and those who face social isolation. Children who are rejected by their peers are more likely to exhibit aggressive behaviors, while those who are isolated were less likely to exhibit prosocial behaviors.
Snacking on unhealthy foods late at night was associated with problematic physical symptoms, including headaches and stomach aches the next morning. Additionally, snacking on junk foods before bed was associated with negative moods the next day. The changes in both physical and mental symptoms were, in turn, associated with decreased performance at work.
Study adds to the growing evidence Bartonella infection is associated with neuropsychological symptoms in addition to dermatological symptoms.
An artificial cardiac patch helps improve heart attack damage in both rat and pig models. The patch can deliver cell-derived healing factors directly to the site of injury, improving cardiac tissue repair.
Subsequent search miss causes a reduction in the ability to detect an additional hazard when they spot another. The findings could help modify driver training to help reduce accidents and to develop in-vehicle technologies that focus on accident reduction.