Friendship

Yourself Italia: Una nuova ricerca sfata la credenza comune secondo la quale avere un animale domestico porta ad una vita più felice, più sana e più lunga. Secondo Harold Herzog, professore di psicologia alla Western Carolina University e autore di un recente studio in materia, queste credenze non sono necessariamente false More

Time: “While pets are undoubtedly good for some people, there is presently insufficient evidence to support the contention that pet owners are healthier or happier or that they live longer.” Harold Herzog, professor of psychology at Western Carolina University, writing in the journal Current Directions in Psychological Science. Herzog, a More

MSN France: Howard Herzog, professeur de psychologie à l’université Western Carolina (Caroline du Nord, sud-est), affirme dans cette étude publiée dans le numéro d’août de Tendances en Psychologie (Current Directions in Psychological Science), que toutes les études publiées sur le sujet “ont montré des résultats contradictoires”. “Avoir un animal familier More

Victoria Times Colonist: What is a little money between friends? According to new research, at the very least, it’s not going to stimulate bonding. Researchers have long known that mimicry strengthens social bonding between strangers. By subtly imitating a person’s posture or gestures, you can create goodwill. But a new More