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Adolescents With Different Patterns Of Parent And Peer Attachments Differ In Positive Psychological Traits, Life Satisfaction, And Psychological Distress

Published by Shudan Hao and Jinbo He Shanxi University, Hunan University, and Tianjin University These findings are described in the article entitled Profiles of parent and peer attachments of adolescents and associations with psychological outcomes, recently published in the journal […]

Complex Polysaccharides In Immune Regulation

Published by Barbara Mulloy and Chris Rider Imperial College London, Department of Medicine and the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control These findings are described in the article entitled The localisation of the heparin binding sites of human and murine […]

Childbirth And Depression: Is Postpartum Depression An Illusory Correlation?

Published by Michael Silverman Department of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai These findings are described in the article entitled Is depression more likely following childbirth? A population-based study, recently published in the journal Archive of Women’s Mental […]

Identifying The Impacts Of The El Niño And La Niña Events On Habitat Quality Of Chub Mackerel In The East China Sea

Published by Wei Yu and Xinjun Chen Shanghai Ocean University These findings are described in the article entitled Climate-induced habitat suitability variations of chub mackerel Scomber japonicus in the East China Sea, recently published in the journal Fisheries Research (Fisheries […]

The Occurrence Of Eating Disorder Behaviors In The General Community

Published by Felipe Luz The University of Sydney and the CAPES Foundation, Ministry of Education of Brazil These findings are described in the article entitled An investigation of relationships between disordered eating behaviors, weight/shape overvaluation and mood in the general […]

Increases In Minimum Wages Lead To Decreases In Smoking

Published by Paul Leigh University of California Davis School of Medicine and Center for Poverty Research These findings are described in the article entitled Minimum wages and public health: A literature review, recently published in the journal Preventive Medicine (Preventive […]

Measuring Hidden Electrical Sources In The Human Retina

Recording neuronal activity from outside Our neurons communicate with each other chemically at their synapses and electrically within. Once a neuron gets “excited,” an action potential (spike) starts in its body and races along its axon (typically 1 µm thick, 10 […]

Wild Rice Populations: A Key Resource For Global Food Security

Published by Robert J. Henry Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation, University of Queensland These findings are described in the article entitled Chloroplast phylogeography of AA genome rice species, recently published in the journal Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (Molecular […]

Taking A Closer Look At A Gas Hydrate System In The Black Sea

Published by Jess Hillman GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, Germany These findings are described in the article entitled Investigating a gas hydrate system in apparent disequilibrium in the Danube Fan, Black Sea, recently published in the journal Earth […]

Attachment Moderates The Relationship Between Child Maltreatment And Dating Violence

Published by Carla Smith Stover, Associate Professor Yale University School of Medicine Child Study Center These findings are described in the article entitled The moderating role of attachment on the association between childhood maltreatment and adolescent dating violence, recently published in […]