Narcissism decreases with age
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People tend to become less narcissistic as they age from childhood through older adulthood. However, differences among individuals remain stable over time -- people who are more narcissistic than their peers as children tend to remain that way as adults, the study found ..read more
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Brain regions that bias the brain's response to pleasure in bipolar disorder identified
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1M ago
Momentary shifts in mood, even those lasting just a matter of seconds, profoundly alter the brain's response to pleasurable experiences in people with bipolar disorder, finds a new study ..read more
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Unravelling the gendered undertones of narcissism
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Narcissistic tendencies are heavily shaped by our upbringing and are significant contributors to violence and bullying in adult relationships -- but the causes and outcomes are different for men and women. New research has uncovered significant gender differences in narcissism and its influence on partner violence and bullying behavior ..read more
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After being insulted, writing down your feelings on paper then getting rid of it reduces anger
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3M ago
Researchers have discovered a simple, but effective, strategy to help people reduce their feelings of anger. Disposing of a piece of paper containing your written thoughts on the cause of your anger can effectively neutralize it. This process is like a Japanese tradition called hakidashisara, in which people write their negative thoughts on a plate then destroy it. Their findings suggest a simple and effective method of suppressing anger supported by science ..read more
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Breathe, don't vent: Turning down the heat is key to managing anger
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4M ago
Venting about a source of anger might feel good in the moment, but it's not effective at reducing the rage, new research suggests. Instead, techniques often used to address stress -- deep breathing, mindfulness, meditation, yoga or even counting to 10 -- have been shown to be more effective at decreasing anger and aggression ..read more
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Living in violent neighborhoods affects children's brain development
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4M ago
Living in neighborhoods with high levels of violence can affect children's development by changing the way that a part of the brain detects and responds to potential threats, potentially leading to poorer mental health and other negative outcomes, according to research published by the American Psychological Association ..read more
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School focus on grades, test scores linked to violence against teachers
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Violence against teachers is likely to be higher in schools that focus on grades and test scores than in schools that emphasize student learning, a new study has found ..read more
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Bullied teens' brains show chemical change associated with psychosis
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5M ago
Researchers have found that adolescents being bullied by their peers are at greater risk of the early stages of psychotic episodes and in turn experience lower levels of a key neurotransmitter in a part of the brain involved in regulating emotions. The finding suggests that this neurotransmitter may be a potential target for pharmaceutical interventions aimed at reducing the risk of psychotic disorders ..read more
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New study reveals the profound impact of forced separation between humans and their pets
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6M ago
Pet owners forced to be separated from their animals in crisis situations, including those who are victims of domestic violence, are suffering from a lack of support services needed to protect them ..read more
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Do violent video games numb us towards real violence?
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6M ago
Neuroscientists have investigated whether playing violent video games leads to a reduction in human empathy. To do this, they had adult test subjects play a violent video game repeatedly over the course of an experiment lasting several weeks. Before and after, their empathic responses to the pain of another person were measured. It was found that the violent video game had no discernible effect on empathy and underlying brain activity ..read more
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