Neuroticism May Postpone Death for Some
High levels of the trait neuroticism are linked with lower risk of death for people who say they’re in fair or poor health, data from 500,000 UK residents show.
When Is Speech Violence?
The New York Times: Imagine that a bully threatens to punch you in the face. A week later, he walks up to you and breaks your nose with his fist. Which is more harmful: the
New Research From Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring statistical learning in speech segmentation and links between weight-related perceptions and long-term health outcomes.
Spouses’ Daily Responses to Partners’ Pain Linked with Later Functioning
The dynamics of spouses’ daily interactions may influence whether an ill partner’s physical functioning improves over time.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of new research exploring: distress, worry, and responses to the Ebola crisis; anxiety-linked attentional bias and mitigation of threat; and neural underpinnings of repetitive negative thinking in autism spectrum disorders.
6 ways to survive bullying and feel good about yourself
Mashable: People once routinely brushed off bullying as a normal part of childhood that built character. Now we know with certainty that it actually tears people down in devastating ways. The longterm risks of bullying