PsycPORT™: Psychology Newswire
April 23, 2014, CNN
Women's brains are more wired to worry than men's.
Rowdy friends may be more dangerous than phonesApril 23, 2014, CBS News
Teen drivers distracted by passengers' loud talking and fooling around are more likely to be involved in serious incidents than those distracted by technology such as cell phones.
Lower-income teens aren't getting enough sleepApril 22, 2014, Chicago Tribune
Research shows African American high school students and boys in low- to middle-income families reported short, fragmented sleep, which could play a role in their health risks.
Retirees who use the Internet less likely to be depressedApril 22, 2014, Reuters
Study shows older Americans who regularly spend time online were about a third less likely to suffer from depression.
Personality research says change in major traits occurs naturallyApril 22, 2014, The Wall Street Journal
Studies show that a person's personality naturally changes over the course of adulthood.
For the children's sake, put down that smartphoneApril 21, 2014, NPR
Parents are often just as guilty of spending too much time checking smartphones and e-mail — and the consequences for their children can be troubling.