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By Drake Baer The presidential rise of Donald Trump has thrust Wendy Behary’s field into the national spotlight: She’s the
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Loneliness is an emotion that doesn't always make a lot of sense. Two people may have very similar social lives, and yet one might feel isolated more often than the other -- even when surrounded by people they know and love, who know and love them back.
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'The 5 Love Languages' Is A Perennial Best Seller Because It Helps You Read Your Partner's Weird Mind
Social and emotional skills vary from person to person, of course, but generally speaking, people are decent at reading each other -- better than chance, anyway, which is in itself rather remarkable.
These results, the researchers write, fall in line with previous work around altruism and sexuality: In hunter-gatherer societies
As more people opt for the single life, adult friendships also grow more important. For people in relationships, having a
(Photo: Toni Barth/EyeEm) That's the title of Burnett's book -- Idiot Brain: What Your Head Is Really Up To -- which Science
A text that ends in a period, then, might just be a case of the wrong place at the wrong time: It rankles because it doesn't
(Photo: Win McNamee) When Donald Trump picked the Mulan-hating, Titanic-loving gubernatorial goober Mike Pence to be his