Regular use of social networking site Twitter could have a damaging effect on couples' relationships, according to new research.
Living in a household that contains a child's grandparents as well as its parents could raise the risk of the mother experiencing depression within a year after giving birth, according to a new study.
Campaigners are urging the Government to criminalise types of psychological abuse to save more victims of domestic violence.
Leading UK psychological professions, including the British Psychological Society, and lesbian, gay and bisexual charity Stonewall, have published a consensus
Having friends from different ethnic groups is likely to be more beneficial for children than mixing solely in the same racial circles says research from the British Psychological Society's British Journal of Developmental Psychology.
A husband's emotional regulation has "little or no bearing" on long-term marital satisfaction, a new study has revealed.
Men with masculine voices attract women, especially for shorter-term relationships.
Older adults are able to tell their partner's mood even when they are not present, thanks to the use of acquired knowledge.
World Cup football could be a risk factor for domestic violence, new research has indicated.
Men and women may experience cooperation differently from an emotional perspective, new research has suggested.
Elderly people are now able to combat loneliness by developing new friendships online.
Dr Martin Milton, who was one of the winners of the British Psychological Society Award for Promoting Equality of Opportunity
Couples who argue about financial matters may be more likely to get a divorce than those who row over other matters, new research has suggested.
Couples who argue often want their other half to relinquish power during a disagreement.
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Men in relationships prefer women with more feminine faces for a fling. This is the suggestion of new research published in the British Jo
People who find their partners online are more likely to have a happier and longer marriage than couples who tie the knot through traditional means.
Never mind the sleepless nights and domestic disarray, new fathers think they're hot stuff.
A child's emotional and behavioural problems may be impacted differently depending on how they understand conflicts between their parents.
Teenage couples often break up despite handling their disagreements, unlike older partners who become happier in their relationship after resolving conflicts.
Men exist at a greater distance from their closest relationships than women tend to.
Around 1 in 7500 otherwise healthy people are born with no sense of smell, a condition known as isolated congenital anosmia (ICA).
People who are married may overestimate how healthy they really are, new research has shown.
Men are less likely than women to enjoy the support of a network of friends following the breakdown of a relationship.
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