Dolphins don't just randomly choose their friends. Like some people, they pick childhood pals that will set them up for success as adults.
Tags: relationships friends dolphins science-and-technology social-lives
Finding happiness "may be less about the marriage and more about the mindset," according to research with older adults.
Tags: happiness relationships marriage society-and-culture social-lives divorce
Does COVID-19 have you feeling feeling anxious and exhausted? You're not alone. Will flattening the mental health curve be the next pandemic challenge?
Tags: covid-19 depression anxiety stress sleep social-lives health-and-medicine pandemics
There may be a connection between genes involved in the opioid system and feelings of insecurity in romantic relationships, researchers find.
Tags: evolution genes pain emotions relationships featured social-lives health-and-medicine love
Drawing on thousands of emails from Enron, researchers have created a method to bring better manners to our communications via "politeness transfer."
Tags: writing communication jobs computers science-and-technology society-and-culture social-lives rhetoric
Cultural differences may explain why some people resist masks more than others. Here's how smiley North Americans can learn to adapt.
Tags: covid-19 emotions faces featured society-and-culture social-lives mouth
A new "coronavirus family tree" has given researchers a better look at how COVID-19 came into Denmark and how it spread domestically.
Tags: covid-19 genomes viruses social-lives health-and-medicine
Twins show that genes play a significant role in how affectionate women are, but not guys. Plus, tips for how huggers can get through social distancing.
Tags: gender genes twins touch featured society-and-culture social-lives
Where you spend time may shape who you are, new research shows, and spending so much time at home during the pandemic may shift your personality traits.
Tags: covid-19 personality society-and-culture social-lives
Page 1 of 22