» High Stress Related to COVID-19 Is New Normal for Many Parents
24/05/20 06:04 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Science Daily Nearly half of parents of children under age 18 say their stress levels related to the coronavirus pandemic are high, with managing their kids' online learning a significant source of stress for many, according to a...

» Anti-Lockdown Sheriffs in U.S. Push Back on Coronavirus Restrictions
24/05/20 06:04 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: USA Today - U.S. News Opposition to stay-at-home orders is the latest episode in a defiant U.S. law enforcement history that stretches back to the end of slavery. After the Civil War, sheriffs were empowered by the Black Codes to...

» U.S. President Shares Sexist Tweets Calling Hillary Clinton a "Skank"
24/05/20 06:03 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: The Independent - World News Donald Trump shared a string of sexist tweets from a failed congressional candidate calling Hillary Clinton a "skank", suggesting that Nancy Pelosi's mouth be taped shut and mocking the phys...

» Why Your Lower Footprint During Lockdown Won't Halt Climate Change
24/05/20 06:03 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Canadian Broadcasting Company - Top Stories News If you're looking for a silver lining to the coronavirus pandemic, your reduced carbon footprint unfortunately isn't it, climate scientists warn. While the pandemic has led to a te...

» Engaging Parents in Primary Care Can Improve Communication with Teens
24/05/20 04:30 from Psych Central News
In a new study, researchers found that parent-teen communication improved after families participated in a primary care-based communication intervention. The teens also experienced less distress and more positive emotions. The...

» Middle Age Stress May Be On the Rise
24/05/20 04:00 from Psych Central News
Even before the novel coronavirus started sweeping the globe, investigators found that life may be more stressful now than it was in the 1990s. Pennsylvania State University researchers found that...

» Reading Partner’s Emotions Can Be Double-Edged Sword
23/05/20 20:04 from Psych Central News
When a person can read their partner’s emotions it can strengthen their relationship, according to new research. But the new study also found that when anger or contempt come into...

» 10 People You’re Allowed to Avoid at Work
23/05/20 09:26 from Psych Central Professional
Sometimes the key to success is in knowing when it is alright to avoid a colleague at work. Because our coworkers can often affect our job performance and focus, having...

» Meeting the Needs of Autistic Individuals During COVID-19 Pandemic
23/05/20 06:00 from Psych Central News
In a new paper, experts address the specific challenges patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families might encounter during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as what healthcare providers...

» Social Isolation Can Hike Risk of Death from All Causes
23/05/20 05:30 from Psych Central News
People who are socially isolated are more than 40 percent more likely to have a cardiovascular event, such as a heart attack or stroke, than people who are socially integrated,...

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