New York, June 10 (IANS) While people might think that stopping to take photographs during their vacation could make it less pleasurable, a new study suggests that people who take photos of their experiences usually enjoy the events more than people who do not.
Do you often underestimate your abilities? Have you been a victim of fat-shamming and racism? Here's a book that guides you on how to boost your confidence. Then, there's one on why women need to raise their voice against social injustice and trolling.
New York, June 9 (IANS) We are more likely to sacrifice a man than a woman when it comes to saving the lives of others and in pursuing our self-interest, says a study that suggests that society perceives harming women as more morally unacceptable.
Sydney, June 9 (IANS) Boys who show empathy are more likely to attract girlfriends than their low empathy counterparts, a new study has found, suggesting that adolescent males and females select empathic classmates as friends.
Toronto, June 8 (IANS) Recovering from depression is not at all uncommon irrespective of the length of the episode and having at least one trusted friend is critical to cultivating complete mental health, new research has found.
New York, June 8 (IANS) Passing judgement on your daughter about her weight in youth is more likely to cause her a poor body image, finds a new study suggesting that it may also impact her negatively in her later life.
London, June 7 (IANS) What is it about the sight of a baby that makes almost everyone crack a smile? New research has found that cuteness of babies is designed to appeal to all our senses to trigger our care-giving behaviours, which is vital for them to survive and thrive.
New York, June 6 (IANS) Perceptual downgrading of attractive persons who can turn out to be potential threats may help in sustaining relationships from temptation and keep couples from cheating on one another, finds a new study.