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Springer Nature - Research Communities. Variation in the mu-opioid receptor gene (OPRM1) moderates the influence of maternal sensitivity on child attachment.

SPSP Character & Context blog. Pushing back against weight stigma.

SPSP Character & Context blog. Gaslighting.



​A Little More Conversation with Ben O'Hara-Byrne. Why do people gaslight their romantic partners?


Ottawa Morning with Robyn Bresnahan. Gaslighting is abuse in romantic relationships, new study shows.

University of Toronto. In the Media: Undergraduate teaching lab investigates psychology behind gaslighting — Toronto Star.

Toronto Star. Gaslighting is real — and it's abuse, new research reveals.

NBC Bay Area. Why Do People Gaslight? A study looks at possible motives.

HuffPost. Why Do People Gaslight? There Are 2 Reasons, A New Study Suggests.

The Jerusalem Post. What is 'gaslighting' and how can you recognize it? - study.

Forbes. Research Unpacks A Gaslighter's 2-Step Plan To Gain Control Over Their Partner.

Psychology Today. The Anatomy of Gaslighting.

Le Devoir. Les gestes d'affection sont-ils universels?


Psychology Today. Loneliness or Attachment Anxiety: Reasons for Collectors to Collect?

McGill Mini Science 2022 Talk. The Brain — Frontiers in Neuroscience: The Brain and Interpersonal Relationships



McGill Reporter. Feeling insecure about your relationship? Your biology may play a role

NeuroscienceNews. Romantic Relationship Dynamics May Be in Our Genes

SPSP Character & Context blog. Celebrity fat-shaming increases implicit anti-fat attitudes.


Huffington Post. Celebrity Fat-Shaming Drives Up Anti-Fat Attitudes In Women, Study Shows.
Vox. Oxytocin, the so-called "hug hormone," is way more sophisticated than we thought.


Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC). Tai asks why: "What is Love"

Scientific American. Why We Become So Attached to Our Belongings.


APA News. Thinking of Loved Ones Lessens Our Need to "Reconnect" Through Anthropomorphism.
Vox. How scientists fell in and out of love with the hormone oxytocin.
Live Science. 'Love Hormone' Could Predict Whether Mom and Dad Stay Together.
Medical Daily. Divorce Rate Linked To Oxytocin Levels; How The 'Love Hormone' Influences Marriage Success.
National Geographic. Oxytocin Makes New Mouse Mothers Focus on Cries of Lost Pups.
Scientific American. Vasopressin Emerges as Hormone of Interest in Autism Research. 
Mic - Connections. Cuddling With Your Partner Does Something Very Surprising to Your Health.
BBC Radio - 4 Frontier. Oxytocin.
APS Observer. Biological Bases of Social Behaviour.


Huffington Post. Revisiting the 'Hormone of Love'.
CBC - All in a Weekend. Oxytocin, the Love Hormone.
APA Monitor. Oxytocin's other side.


Science News. 'Love Hormone' Has a Dark Side.


Toronto Star. 'Love Hormone' Oxytocin Can Boost Mistrust, Study Finds. Love Drug? Oxytocin’s Tender Effects Questioned. Love Hormone Arouses Suspicion Too.


National Public Radio. Scientists Test Trust Hormone For Autism Fight.
The Telegraph. Oxytocin Polarizes Men’s Opinions of Their Mothers. Hormone Heightens Memories of Mom.
LATimes. Could the Cuddle Hormone Make You (Think You) Love Your Mom? The Dark Side of Oxytocin, Much More Than Just a Love Hormone.


Time. 'Love Hormone' May Boost Men's Memories of Mom — Good or Bad.


The Telegraph. Oxytocin—The Love Hormone—Could Cure Shyness.


PsychCentral News. Oxytocin Helps Socially Challenged.
Popular Science. Compassion Cure: A Natural Hormone Boosts Social Skills for Autistic Patients.
2007 The Hormone that Helps You Read Minds.
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