New research published in Applied Cognitive Psychology provides evidence that critical thinking skills are negatively related to belief in conspiracy theories. In other words, the
A study recently published in Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience provides new details about the possible neurophysiological underpinnings of depression and social anxiety. The findings
A tendency to focus on the past plays a key role in increasing depressive symptoms among individuals with childhood trauma
Findings from the Journal of Psychiatric Research point to a negative focus on the past as a fundamental aspect of depression. The study found that
Increased psychological intimacy predicts greater levels of affectionate touch in romantic relationships
A study published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin sheds light on the importance of perceived partner responsiveness in promoting affectionate touch within romantic relationships.
An international survey across a sample of 33 countries suggests that marital satisfaction declines as the number of children in a family grows. Importantly, this
Large study indicates left-wing authoritarianism exists and is a key predictor of psychological and behavioral outcomes
Right-wing authoritarianism is a well-studied personality construct characterized by adherence to conventional values, submission to authority, and aggression towards those who deviate from social norms.