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Romantic partners influence each other’s goals

Investigating the interdependence of approach and avoidance goals within romantic relationships.

Physical presence of spouses can alter each other’s brain activity

According to a new study by the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), the physical presence of spouses enhances brain-to-brain synchrony in co-parenting couples. The...

Responsibility distribution between romantic couples shapes financial literacy

Many consumers suffer from low levels of financial literacy, and attempts to increase this dimension of consumer expertise via educational interventions are typically unsuccessful. In...

Happy in marriage? Genetics may play a role

We can’t survive without love, because love is nested in the need for closeness that is wired into the deep structure of the human...

Young Men are Getting More Out of ‘Bromances’ than Romances

Bromance, a term referred as exceptionally tight affection, homosocial male bonding relationship exceeding that of usual friendship. Well, the term coined in the beginning of the...

When Lovers Touch, Their Breathing, Heartbeat Syncs, Pain Wanes

A study by the University of Colorado at Boulder suggests that holding your partners' hand in pain or pleasant lovers touch could sync their heart and...

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