- Why People Eat Less At Cluttered Tables
People watching the Super Bowl who saw how much they had already eaten-- in this case, leftover chicken-wing bones-- ate 27 percent less than people who had no such environmental cues, finds a new Cornell study. The difference between the two groups-- tho ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 10 2007 - 12:37pm
- Seeing Is Hearing
Experience hearing a person's voice allows us to more easily hear what they are saying. Now research by UC Riverside psychology Professor Lawrence D. Rosenblum and graduate students Rachel M. Miller and Kauyumari Sanchez has shown that experience see ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 12 2007 - 6:11pm
- Gender And Porn: Where Men And Women Look First
A study funded by the Atlanta-based Center for Behavioral Neuroscience (CBN) analyzed the viewing patterns of men and women looking at sexual photographs, and the result was not what one typically might expect. Researchers hypothesized women would look at ...
Article - News Staff - Aug 24 2010 - 5:18pm
- Want To Lose Weight? Lose The Newspaper
Research finds calorie-dense dessert recipes printed in major newspapers across the country may be contributing to obesity in large cities. The study, conducted by researchers at Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, Marshfield, Wis., is published in the ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 13 2007 - 12:16pm
- “Sin Stocks”- Value Judgments By Some Mean Gains By Others
Society’s disapproval of alcohol, tobacco and gambling means that some investors-- mostly public institutions-- lose out while other investors gain on these undervalued “sin stocks,” according to a study conducted by the Sauder School of Business at the U ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 14 2007 - 11:02pm
- New Way To Lose Weight?
During the recent PBS special on obesity Fat: What No One is Telling You, a segment about surgery included this voiceover: Until recently it was believed that the tiny stomach [that the surgery produces] is what forces the patient to eat less and lose we ...
Article - Seth Roberts - Apr 16 2007 - 8:24am
- Grandparents Relate To Adopted Grandchildren The Same As Biological Grandchildren
Grandparents of adopted grandchildren relate to them as an integral part of the family – just as they relate to their biological grandchildren. This was revealed in research conducted at the University of Haifa School of Social Work. This research is uniq ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 16 2007 - 11:39am
- Family Turmoil Can Cause Physical Changes
Adolescents who are chronically exposed to family turmoil, violence, noise, poor housing or other chronic risk factors show more stress-induced physiological strain on their organs and tissues than other young people. However, when they have responsive, s ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 21 2007 - 5:44pm
- Could The School Environment Have Prevented The VA Tech Massacre?
The culture of a school can dampen – or exacerbate – the violent or disruptive tendencies of aggressive young teens, new research indicates. A large-scale study from the University of Illinois found that while personal traits and peer interactions have th ...
Article - News Staff - Apr 23 2007 - 2:36pm
- Studies You Don't Need To Read- You're More Likely To Have An Alcoholic Spouse If You Are Alcoholic
Alcoholism is more common in people with alcoholic spouses than those without, a new study shows. This makes some sense. If you met her while doing shots of Jäger off her drunken abdomen, she's going to be a little more tolerant of your excessive dri ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Apr 23 2007 - 4:25pm