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Health of Aging Spouse Strongly Impacts Partner | Psych Central News

Health of Aging Spouse Strongly Impacts Partner | Psych Central News | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The physical and cognitive health of your aging spouse tends to have a significant effect on your own quality of life, according to new research at the University of Arizona (UA). “When we think about quality of life for older adults, and improving...
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LGBT Teens Who Come Out Early Have Less Depression as Young Adults | Psych Central News

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) teens who disclose their orientation at school have higher self-esteem and lower levels of depression as young adults, compared to LGBT youth who keep their identity a secret, according to new research at...
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» Persistent Sleep Problems after Divorce Need Attention | Psych Central News

University of Arizona researchers have discovered that prolonged sleep problems after a divorce may be associated with hypertension. Experts cite a growing
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Scientific Examination of Loneliness | Psych Central News

Scientific Examination of Loneliness | Psych Central News | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Emerging research scrutinizes loneliness through a scientific lens as investigators review its causes, consequences, and potential remedies. Experts say that while loneliness is a fundamental part of the human condition, the topic has been under investigated. //...
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Reflecting on Failed Relationship Helps Recovery | Psych Central News

Ending a relationship is a difficult and often heart-breaking event. Even worse is that recovery from a breakup make take years. New research, however, may help individuals accelerate the recovery process. A new study suggests repeatedly reflecting on...
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Men, Women Differ in Emotional Cooperation in a Relationship | Psych Central

New research suggests that men and women have different feelings in response to their partner’s emotions. Ashley Randall, Ph.D., a University of Arizona
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