Science news articles about 'emotional warmth'

  • Children affected by parents' behavior following trauma

    ... trauma would be to provide structure, security, emotional warmth, and an environment that addresses the traumatic event. Skill encouragement, monitoring, interpersonal problem-solving ...
  • Warm coffee can melt hearts, researchers say

    ... of warm feelings, U.S. researchers said Thursday in a finding that suggests a strong link between physical and emotional warmth ...
  • Link found between physical and emotional warmth

    In a study with interesting implications, people who held a cup of hot coffee for 10 to 25 seconds warmed to a perfect stranger. Holding a cup of iced coffee had the opposite effect. Looking to ...
  • Heart hazards of woeful wives

    ... aspects of marriage quality, such as mutual support, emotional warmth and friendliness, and confiding in each other; three scales to measure negative aspects of marital quality ...
  • Scientists discover area of brain that makes a 'people person'

    ... can'. The answers to the questionnaire provide an overall measure of emotional warmth and sociability called social reward ... Research Council and who led the research, said: "Sociability and emotional warmth are very complex features of our personality ...
  • Behavior problems in school linked to 2 types of families

    ... . Cohesive families are characterized by harmonious interactions, emotional warmth, and firm but flexible roles for parents ... . Enmeshed families, by contrast, may be emotionally involved and display modest amounts of warmth, but they struggle with high ...
  • Ecstasy associated with chronic change in brain function

    ... "rave" drug that produces feelings of euphoria and emotional warmth – has been in the news recently as a potential therapeutic. Clinical trials are testing Ecstasy in the treatment of post ...
  • A deep male voice helps women remember

    ... partner. These could include antisocial traits and lack of emotional warmth for example. In order to evaluate potential partners, women appear to rely on their memories to rapidly ...
  • Ecstasy drug produces lasting toxicity in the brain

    ... "rave" drug that produces feelings of euphoria and emotional warmth – is associated with chronic changes in the human ...

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