PSYCHOLOGY

PSYCHOLOGY

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  1. Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, whose fall was the most prominent result of the #MeToo

    Victim-blamers have empathy, but it's mostly for perpetrators: Study

    You may have seen it among your own friends: a high-profile #MeToo case triggers responses that assign some or all the blame on a victim of sexual ...
  2. Empty shopping cart is seen at a branch store of Wal-Mart in Beijing, China

    Commentary: I vowed never again to buy snacks when grocery shopping but can't stop

    Can pre-ordering groceries help shoppers avoid making impulse purchases and make healthier choices instead? That seems to be the case, says ...
  3. couple laughing, on a date

    Commentary: Relationships - yes you have a type. It's likely to be your ex

    But there are plenty other factors that influence who we enter into a romantic relationship with, says Brunel University London's Stanley Gaines.
  4. Students attending a mathematics class at a primary school

    Commentary: Want to raise a responsible child (or nation)? Create a safe space first

    Singaporeans need a mindset of radical ownership to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution, says Forest Wolf’s Crystal Lim-Lange and Dr Gregor ...
  5. Marriage

    Commentary: How do you know if it's time to get married?

    Nobody wants to settle, says psychology professor at Monmouth University Gary W Lewandowski Jr.
  6. child playing piano

    Commentary: Child prodigies arise from involved parenting

    Educational psychologist, Kenneth A Kiewra, at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, takes a closer look at parents’ influence in shaping child ...
  7. dating couple on a dinner date

    Commentary: Your checklist approach to dating is wrong. Here's why

    'Shopping' for a partner with a dream list would only work if people knew themselves, Karen Wu at California State University points out.
  8. Skip meals lose weight diabetes gastritis junk food bad breath muscle mass (4)

    Commentary: Mindful eating can help you lose weight

    Paying more attention to the food we eat can help those struggling with their diets to better identify between "good" and "bad" foods, says ...
  9. Parental burnout 1

    Commentary: Millennials, the burnout generation

    Work for the millennial is becoming more difficult and complex, and building resilience is no answer, says Rajvinder Samra at The Open University.
  10. Little girls, children laughing

    Commentary: Admit it. It feels good to see someone else fail

    Schadenfreude - the feeling of pleasure you derive from the misfortune of others is a common feeling experienced even by kids, one observer points ...