Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior
Living in an overcrowded household could elevate risk of depression

By Nick Gallagher

Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior
If your spouse is disabled, caregiving may benefit your mental health

By Nick Gallagher

Mind & Behavior, Life Sciences
Stress may pass down to offspring through a father's sperm

By Kevin Wheeler

Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior, Life Sciences
Black women who survive breast cancer face greater psychological distress

By Beth Newhart

Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior
Disagreeable men in traditional marriages earn more — and their wives could be why

By Howard Hardee

Engineering, Life Sciences, Mind & Behavior
Better patient data improves personalized predictions of multiple sclerosis progression

By Tara DiMaio

Social Sciences, Mind & Behavior, Business & Economics
Aggressive salespersons beware: In-your-face approach may backfire with some products

By Nick Gallagher

Engineering, Mind & Behavior, Life Sciences, Business & Economics
Radar-based system overcomes breathing-motion artifact to improve remote sleep monitoring

By Beth Newhart

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