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Study explores reasons behind alcohol abuse in non-heterosexual women Non-heterosexual women who feel a disconnect between who they are attracted to and how they identify themselves may have a higher risk of alcohol abuse, according to a new study led by Amelia E. Talley, an assistant professor in Texas Tech University’s Department of Psychological Sciences. The study, titled “Longitudinal Associations among Discordant Sexual Orientation [...] The post Study explores reasons behind alcohol abuse in non-heterosexual women appeared first on PsyPost.
At peak fertility, women who desire to maintain body attractiveness report they eat less Biology isn’t the only reason women eat less as they near ovulation, a time when they are at their peak fertility. Three new independent studies found that another part of the equation is a woman’s desire to maintain her body’s attractiveness, says social psychologist and assistant professor Andrea L. Meltzer, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Women [...] The post At peak fertility, women who desire to maintain body attractiveness report they eat less appeared first on PsyPost.
Online hookup sites increase HIV rates in sometimes surprising ways The introduction of Craigslist led to an increase in HIV-infection cases of 13.5 percent in Florida over a four-year period, according to a new study conducted at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. The estimated medical costs for those patients will amount to $710 million over the course of their lives. [...] The post Online hookup sites increase HIV rates in sometimes surprising ways appeared first on PsyPost.
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Would Invisibility Solve Social Anxiety? We’ve all felt social anxiety to a certain extent. Maybe you would do anything to get out of giving a presentation. Maybe your hands get all clammy when you have to walk into a meeting full of people you’re meeting for the first time. Perhaps social … ...
12 Quotes from Celebrities with Depression Ryan Phillippe: “As you get older, I think it decreases some, but I’m just innately kind of a sad person.” (Elle Magazine 2015). Jon Hamm: “I did do therapy and … ...
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