Wednesday July 23rd 2014

‘Relationships Research’ Archives

Sex And Housework Related To Marital Satisfaction

Sex And Housework Related To Marital Satisfaction

Married men and women who divide household chores in traditional ways report having more sex than couples who share so-called men's and women's work, according to a new study co-authored by sociologists at the University of Washington. The new study, published in the February 2013 issue of the journal American Sociological Review, shows that [...]

Facebook More Irresistible Than Sex?

Facebook More Irresistible Than Sex?

Facebook and email trump sex in terms of sheer irresistibility, a German study says. For one week the phones, provided by the researchers, buzzed seven times daily, alerting study subjects to take a quick survey on the type, strength and timing of their desires, as well as their ability to resist them. The study found that while the desire [...]

Why Women Call And Text Men

Why Women Call And Text Men

There was once a time when men were expected to make the first moves in courtship, but research suggests it is now women who take the lead, relentlessly pursuing lovers with phone calls and texts. A study of mobile phone traffic indicates that women are more intent than men on having a romantic relationship. "It's the first really strong [...]

Expressing Anger Can Help a Relationship Long-Term

Expressing Anger Can Help a Relationship Long-Term

According to new research that looks at the costs of forgiveness. Sometimes expressing anger might be necessary to resolve a relationship problem -- with the short-term discomfort of an angry but honest conversation benefiting the health of the relationship in the long-term. The research is part of a larger effort to better understand the contexts [...]

Link Between Genes, Emotion And Marital Satisfaction

Link Between Genes, Emotion And Marital Satisfaction

Oct. 7, 2013 — Researchers at UC Berkeley and Northwestern University have found a major clue in our DNA. A gene involved in the regulation of serotonin can predict how much our emotions affect our relationships, according to a new study that may be the first to link genetics, emotions, and marital satisfaction. The study was conducted at UC [...]

Cheater Alert: That Friend Isn’t Just A Friend

Cheater Alert: That Friend Isn’t Just A Friend

Oct. 2, 2013 — New research by Albright College associate professor of psychology Susan Hughes, Ph.D., has found that men and women alter their voices when speaking to lovers versus friends and that such variations can potentially be used to detect infidelity. "It's not just that we change the sound of our voice, but that others can easily [...]

Extroverts And Introverts Brains Wired Differently?

Extroverts And Introverts Brains Wired Differently?

Though I consider myself a little bit of both an introvert and extrovert, I found this study that says extroverts and introverts differ strongly in how their brains process rewarding experiences interesting. Scientists have long known that extroverts and introverts are different in myriad ways, but identifying the brain processes involved has [...]

It’s Your Body That Is The Giveaway

It’s Your Body That Is The Giveaway

It's not facial expression that gives away what you're thinking, it's your body, says a new research. Yes, your body is talking -- and saying things about you that you may not want others to know! "Much like speakers blaring at maximum volume, the quality of the facial signal becomes degraded and noisy," says Dr Aviezer. In the study, [...]

Why Men Overestimate Women’s Interest

Why Men Overestimate Women’s Interest

The more attracted you are, the more likely you are to be wrong about a man or woman's interest, says a new study that will appear in an upcoming issue of Psychological Science, a journal published by the Association for Psychological Science. The study involved 96 male 103 female undergraduates, who were put through a "speed-meeting" exercise [...]

Is Your Relationship Making You Depressed?

Is Your Relationship Making You Depressed?

According to a new study, individuals with strained and unsupportive spouses are significantly more likely to develop depression, whereas those without a spouseare at no increased risk. And those with the lowest quality relationships had more than double the risk of depression than those with the best relationships. The study, which was [...]

 Page 1 of 7  1  2  3  4  5 » ...  Last »