New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sampling of research on depression rates among M-Turkers,
treating the symptoms of
anorexia nervosa, social anxiety and dating, and the use of brain imaging to study worry.
Educated Americans Paved the Way for Divorce—Then Embraced Marriage
The countercultural revolution of the 1960s and 1970s threw the American family into chaos. Young adults—educated liberals especially—revolted against the constraints of 1950s family life, engaging seriously with formerly fringe ideas like open marriage and
The 5 Years That Changed Dating
On the 20th anniversary of The New York Times’ popular Vows column, a weekly feature on notable weddings and engagements launched in 1992, its longtime editor wrote that Vows was meant to be more than
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring: mind-body practices and self-enhancement; early gender differences in core values and career orientation; and gender differences in online daters’ educational preferences.
Put a Ring on It? Millennial Couples Are in No Hurry
The millennial generation’s breezy approach to sexual intimacy helped give rise to apps like Tinder and made phrases like “hooking up” and “friends with benefits” part of the lexicon. But when it comes to serious
How Same-Sex Couples Divide Chores, and What It Reveals About Modern Parenting
When straight couples divide up the chores of daily life — who cooks dinner and who mows the lawn, who schedules the children’s activities and who takes out the trash — the duties are often