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May 14, 2017
New study claims 'only children' are creative but more likely to be self-centredKids who grow up without siblings may be more creative, but are likely to be self-centred, say scientists who found significant differences in the brain structures of 'only children'.
May 03, 2017
Facebook likes don't make you feel better or improve your mood, reveals studyReceiving 'likes' on Facebook posts does not make people feel better about themselves or improve their mood, a new study has found.
Apr 29, 2017
Higher the testosterone, more impulsive men get, finds studyThe study included 243 males who were randomly selected to receive a dose of testosterone gel or placebo gel before taking a cognitive reflection test.
Apr 11, 2017
Experiencing interpersonal abuse in early life may affect cognitive skills, says studyExperiencing interpersonal abuse before the age of 18 may affect the capacity to concentrate and stay focused during later life, a study has showed.
Apr 11, 2017
People with more life skills tend to enjoy better health, less depression in old age: StudyPeople with higher scores on life skills — such as emotional stability, determination, control, optimism and conscientiousness — are more likely to experience a broad range of health benefits and positive social outcomes in their old age, a study suggests.
Mar 21, 2017
Has your dog been behaving oddly? A ready reckoner to understanding canine gesturesThe dog has a specific body language — and learning it is to open your eyes to a completely new world
Jan 16, 2017
Sunil Rastogi case: Psychiatric illness, personality disorders push paedophiles to engage in sexual abuse, say expertsAfter his arrest Rastogi revealed that he had committed similar offences with young girls in the area of New Ashok Nagar Delhi, Ghaziabad and in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand.
Dec 08, 2016
Want to live longer? Maintain optimistic outlook towards life, says studyResearchers have found that women who were optimistic had a significantly reduced risk of dying from several major causes of death — including cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease and infection, compared with women who were less optimistic
Nov 22, 2016
Sexist men, playboys most likely to have mental health problems: StudyA new study has linked sexist and misogynist behaviour among men with mental health problems including depression and substance abuse
Nov 06, 2016
Ashis Nandy on future of India: 'A poor man’s America, with shrinkage of liberties'Firstpost columnist Ajaz Asgraf recounts his interview with political psychologist Ashis Nandy for Outlook magazine on 'the future of India': "a theme so wide in its sweep that it could include just about every facet of social life"