Researchers reveal following specific life events, people tend to reconnect with dormant friends on social networks. The findings could have implications for advertisers to target ads to major life changing events.
Findings could help to develop new strategies that can help parents to regulate their own emotions while managing their child's aversive behavior.
Spending time walking in nature can help facilitate more positive relationships and family cohesion, a new study reports.
A Frontiers in Psychiatry paper reports when male voles drink and their partner abstains, their relationship starts to suffer. The findings could help explain the link between discordant drinking and relationship breakdown in humans.
A new study reveals how the mood of one friend can impact the moods of others in their social circle.
A new study supports previous findings that show men have biological responses to becoming a parent. The study revealed men whose testosterone levels dropped during 9 months following birth were at higher risk of developing post partum depression. By contrast, those who experienced high testosterone were at higher risk of experiencing stress and tended to be more aggressive toward their partner.
Duke researchers report the brands your partners choose could impact your happiness.
A new study in Body Image reports women who evaluated as less attractive were more motivated to diet and be thin if they had a husband considered more attractive. The additional motivation to be thin was not apparent in women considered to be more attractive that their partner. In men, the motivation to diet was low, regardless of their own, or their wives' level of attractiveness.
According to researchers, couples who fight following a lack of sleep expressed higher inflammation levels in blood samples.