Social Science

Women may struggle more than men in involuntary temporary employment

Involuntary temporary work and mental health medications.

AI tech discovers rise in tobacco-promoting social media posts

Computer vision enables scalable surveillance of e-cigarette products on Instagram and TikTok.

Why is religious attendance linked to anxiety in U.S. South Asians?

Study examines anxiety, emotional neglect from fellow congregation members.

Premature babies benefit socially from early body contact

Early skin-to-skin contact impacts mother-infant interaction quality at four months for very preterm infants.

Child care centers not a significant COVID-19 risk, study suggests

Impact of COVID-19 vaccines on SARS-CoV-2 in U.S. child care centers.

How genes affect what infants like to look at

Genetic variation in infants' social vs. non-social object gaze.

Workaholics often feel unwell even while working, study

The mood of workaholics is on average worse than that of other people.

40% of underprivileged youths lack essential mental health support

Mental health struggles: 4 in 10 Young people in disadvantaged areas face support barriers.

A digital detox may not improve wellbeing, study

Social media users who reduced usage for a week saw decreases in both positive and negative emotions.

Uncredited work and lack of recognition: A conundrum for Postdocs

Postdoctoral scientists are mentors, and it is time to recognize their work.

Decoding kids’ communication for adults

Understanding kids' language as grown-ups.

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