News - December 2009

Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged?


New research explores ‘moral hypocrisy’ in powerful people ... read more

Negative Emotions Outweigh Intent To Exercise At Health Clubs


Research explores the paradox between recognizing importance of exercise for weight control and not exercising. ... read more

Couples Who Do The Dishes Together Stay Happier


Couples who share the responsibility for paid and unpaid work report higher average measures of happiness and life satisfaction than those in other family models, research shows. ... read more

Texting, Tweeting Can Be Gr8 Teaching Tools, Professor Says


Schools and libraries should consider embracing texting and tweeting as a means of engagement rather than simply outlawing it. ... read more

Social Scientists Build Case For ‘Survival Of The Kindest’


Researchers are challenging long-held beliefs that human beings are wired to be selfish. ... read more

Are You Really Going To Use That Waffle Iron?


Research shows that we won't use that special gift as much as we think we will. ... read more

Male And Female Shopping Strategies Show Evolution At Work


It goes back to the different foraging strategies for hunting and gathering. ... read more


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