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Would you rather be a professor or his dependent student? We tend to think being a dependent person isn’t a good thing, but new research has found some positive aspects of dependency. An article published in Current Directions in Psychological Science explains that dependent people have a need to impress More

Think of a dependent person and you think of someone who’s needy, high-maintenance, and passive. That’s how many psychologists and therapists think of them, too; passivity is key. But dependency is actually more complex and can even have active, positive aspects, writes Robert Bornstein of Adelphi University, the author of More

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: New research suggests that there is a complex interaction of genes and environment that affects academic performance of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The research led by Lee A. Thompson, chairman of Case Western Reserve University’s Psychological Sciences Department, involved a study of twins. Read the whole story More