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Early sex may lead teens to delinquency, study shows

...s who waited longer than average may be developing friendships and relationships that can help protect them from potentially troublesome behaviors as they become young adults," she said. "Sex itself is not always a problem behavior," Armour explained. "But the timing of sexual initiation does matter. Adolesce...

Cartoons help measure hostile assumptions, risk of aggression in urban girls

...f relational aggression are gossiping, withdrawing friendships and excluding others from social groups. Previous studies by Dr. Leff's group, such as analyses of playground behavior, have attracted broad interest among experts working in school-based aggression prevention programs. Child psychology researchers...

Gossip creates friendships, it does not break them

...equently shared among friends and can even promote friendships among strangers. Gossip is alluring because it establishes in-group/out-group boundaries, boosts self-esteem, and conveys highly informative information about the attitude holder. "We certainly do not deny that gossip behavior has it drawbacks," th...

Negative body image: New treatment study

...dividual's capacity to form close and affectionate friendships and relationships and may be associated with depression, low self-esteem, anxiety and fear, will be the focus of a new ANU study. Mr Salih Ozgul and Ms Carolyn Deans, from the School of Psychology at ANU, are studying treatments for those with w...

Women rising to the challenge of weightlessness

...see it has occurred". In the space of two months, friendships have formed between the volunteers and relationships with the scientific and medical teams have also become much stronger. "They really look after our every little need", says Isabelle. Nadine goes on to say, "It's really terrific the amount of atte...

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