New study finds many couples around the world may share high blood pressure
High blood pressure is common in middle-aged and older adults, however, new evidence suggests many couples have high blood pressure. Does this mean couple-based approaches for high blood pressure diagnosis and management will be used in the future?
Owner personality and mental wellbeing associated with human-pet attachment
This article looks at how pets actively seek proximity and interaction in a relationship, and it's a similarly associated tendency by the owner too.
Apology psychology: Breaking gender stereotypes leads to more effective communication
Not all apologies are the same, and it can help to be more deliberate about the language that you're using and the content in your apology. Read what the researchers have to say.
Having a bad boss makes you a worse employee
How does an abusive boss adjust the way you think and work? This article looks at the cognitive factors of abusive leadership and how it effects employee performance.
Study confirms it: Opposites don't actually attract
An in-depth study confirms that social, religious and other belief systems influence our attraction to others, and has important implications on further genetic reasearch.
When the gig is up; gig workers don't always trust their boss and that might be a good thing.
How do these non-traditional roles and relationships differ, and impact performance and commitment?
Men 'less satisfied with life' when their female partner is the only earner
Unemployed men may be particularly vulnerable to isolation and loneliness given they are less likely than women to have community or care-based social networks to draw on.
Loneliness, insomnia linked to work with AI systems
“Humans are social animals, and isolating work with AI systems may have damaging spillover effects into employees’ personal lives.”
Married men less prone to workplace burnout
Support in one’s personal life may play a more significant role in facilitating workplace success for men compared to women.
Are we really foreseeing break-ups?
You might want to think twice before assuming you could have seen a break-up coming - hindsight bias might just be playing tricks on your memory.
Romantic relationships between coworkers may deteriorate workplace culture
Romantically involved coworkers were associated with feeling ostracized and sabotaged by other employees who may view their relationship unfavorably.
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