Psychology

Psychology (uni-wuerzburg.de):
Study found that empathy is socially transmitted: this means that people can acquire or lose empathy by observing their environment and other people

Psychology (psypost.org):
Recent US presidential elections triggered religious and spiritual struggles, new study finds, suggesting that the divisive and polarizing nature of these elections not only affected societal and communal relationships but also deeply impacted individuals’ internal spiritual and moral landscapes.

Psychology (sciencedirect.com):
If some ‘things’ spoke to you, you’d likely buy them. Small study finds people spend more on some 'talking products' / Adding human features to a product can be a powerful way to influence consumers’ perceptions and decision making, because it can trigger anthromorphism.

Psychology (nature.com):
Study finds Disordered Eating(DE) prevalence among ADHD adolescents was significantly higher than the non-ADHD group

Psychology (psypost.org):
A study of working adults found that males are 91% more likely than females to be invested in the stock market. With every year of age, the odds of being invested in the stock market increased by 3%.

Psychology (onlinelibrary.wiley.com):
A new study reveals time watching videos may stunt toddler language development, but it depends on why they're watching

Psychology (psypost.org):
Hearing relaxing words during sleep slows down your heart rate: Study finds hearts respond to different types of words heard during sleep, with relaxing words causing a slow down in cardiac activity, reflecting a deeper state of sleep compared to neutral words

Psychology (nature.com):
Super-additive cooperation: Study suggests combination of group competition and repeated interactions promotes cooperation

Psychology (eurekalert.org):
Study suggests people in urban areas with more green space have better mental health: First-of-its-kind analysis used a detailed NatureScore database to assess mental health at the neighborhood level

Psychology (psypost.org):
Psychology study: Men are more likely to choose riskier tasks, especially when paired with women