Psychology & Psychiatry

Intelligence is in the genes, but where?

(Medical Xpress)—You can thank your parents for your smarts—or at least some of them. Psychologists have long known that intelligence, like most other traits, is partly genetic. But a new study led by psychological scientist ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

First impressions count, new speech research confirms

Human beings make similar judgements of the trustworthiness and dominance of an unfamiliar speaker after hearing just a single word, new research shows, suggesting the old saying that 'first impressions count' might well ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

No evidence for link between depression and diet

Evidence that the right diet can prevent or alleviate depression is weak. In literature reviews on the subject, the authors often reach strong conclusions, nonetheless. This is what Florian Thomas-Odenthal, a master's student ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Sadness increases subjective experience of pain

(HealthDay) -- Sadness increases subjective pain ratings and affects pain-evoked cortical activity, according to a study published in the July issue of The Journal of Pain.

Diabetes

Single C-peptide as good as full mixed-meal tolerance test

(HealthDay)—For children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes, the 90-minute mixed-meal tolerance test (MMTT)-stimulated C-peptide (CP; 90CP) is a highly sensitive and specific measure of area under the curve (AUC) and ...

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