- When it comes to money troubles, couples need to talk things out, and these are the ways they are most frequently doing it.
- When we judge someone to be similar to us, we more closely align ourselves with their speech patterns.
- The way we register spoken words may not be purely grammatical — the gender of the talker also impacts how our brains linguistically break down what is said.
- Providing both good and bad news is tricky. But researchers say that focusing less on one's own emotional well-being enhances the success of loaded communication.
- Infants as young as five months old can recognize and respond to emotions in other infants.
- Nonsensical text messages, something doctors are now calling "dystextia," can be an early sign of stroke.
- Talking about sex makes the act more enjoyable, especially if the talking happens during the deed, according to new research.