- Such is the conclusion recently drawn in a study published in the journal International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology by University of Granada and Junta de Andalucia researchers. This study proved that teenagers having an average sleep pattern –six to nine hours of slee– score higher, specially in physical education
- The authors analyzed a sample of 592 students at secondary school aged 12 to 19
A study conducted at the University of Granada has proved that children eat up to 80 percent more vegetables when they are allowed to choose. Researchers have also found that the bitterness of calcium –which is noticeably present in vegetables such as spinachs, collard greens cabbage, onions, chard or broccoli– can be a factor negatively influencing children's consumption of vegetables
A gesture as simple as allowing children to freely choose the vegetables they want to eat helps to increase the consumption of these foods in children, as University ...
A research conducted at the
Women feel their emotions more intensively than men when a conflict arises within the couple. Conversely, it is men –who mostly express “powerful emotions” as wrath ...
Javier Jordán, an expert in jihadism and a University of Granada professor states that, although drones are not efficient in preventing terrorist attacks in Europe and USA, they are the only instrument that USA has to undermine Al-Quaeda’s leadership and operativity in Pakistan
The unmanned aerial vehicles –also named “drones”– that the CIA is employing against Al-Quaeda in
Researchers at the University of Granada have proved that patients suffering traumatic brain injury (TBI) and ictus must receive neuropsychological treatment at hospital without delay. Early intervention within the first six months reduces further injury in the cognitive (attention, memory, planning, etc), emotional (irritability, lack of motivation, etc) and behavioural areas (impulsiveness, aggressivity, etc.)
Researchers at the
Although collecting articles with moderation has good psychological effects on collectors, this habit can become a psychological disorder. Porcelain dolls, precious stones, world thimbles, watches, fans, dinosaurs, language courses, and tanks and ships in parts are some of the collections that often crowd our stands
The massive marketing campaigns launched by publishing houses at the start of the academic year can cause people bound to suffer obsessive-compulsive disorder to develop this pathology before. The fact is that collecting articles without control is a symptom of this serious psychological disorder –one of ...
A research conducted at the University of Granada has revealed a high rate of gender-based violence –both physical and psychological– directed by drug-addict men against their partners. The study also detailed the type of violence perpetrated. Personal control, sexual abuse, emotional neglect and emotional blackmail out of guilt are the most prevalent forms of abuse in this collective
According to a study conducted at the Department of Pedagogy of the
A study conducted at the
Drivers aged over 60 have higher crash rates in non ...
University of Granada scientists have been the first to analyze the relation between drug abuse and recognition of basic emotions (happiness, surprise, wrath, fear, sadness and disgust). This study was carried out with a sample including 123 polysubstance abusers and 67 no-drug users.
University of Granada scientists have been the first to analyze the relation between drug abuse and recognition of basic emotions (happiness, surprise, wrath, fear, sadness and disgust) by drug-abusers. Thus, the study revealed that drug-abusers have difficulty to ...
A world pioneer research conducted at the University of Granada revealed that society tends to exonerate men from sexual violence within the couple if the man is kind to his wife. More than 700 university students aged 18-24 took part of this research
A research conducted at the University of Granada warns about the negative effects of the so-called “benevolent sexism”, a term used for apparently “positive” ideas and attitudes of men towards women, which are based on the assumption that men must take ...