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Survivors' near-miss experiences on 9/11 linked to post-traumatic stress

“There is a misfortunate to being a fortunate”, says the associate professor of psychology and author of the paper published in the Journal Social Psychology and personality sciences. Near mi...

Foodie calls: dating for a free meal (rather than a relationship)

When it comes to dating, there is a lot of possibilities that people can present themselves and their interest in any number of ways. One of the newer phenomena is a ‘foodie call’ where a per...

Industrial /Organizational Psychology Goes To Mars

Research by a group of PhD and doctorate level industrial organizational psychologist is guiding efforts to promote team cohesion among astronauts during the longest- ever manned space voyage: NA...

Dogs May Have Evolved With 'Puppy Dog Eyes' To Communicate With Humans, Study Finds

Have you ever fallen for those cute little ‘puppy dog eyes’? Don’t worry that’s not your fault. There is a new study that found that dogs have evolved new facial muscles specifically to g...

People with Happy Spouses May Live Longer

Being happy is a state of mind. It’s a fact that each of us faces many challenges in our life. Most of us in the path of difficulties give up and start feeling negative. This feeling will impac...

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