New research investigates how turning off smartphone notifications may affect phone-checking frequency.
New research shows that the way “phubbing” is perceived is more important than whether or not it occurred.
Even though most people dislike it when others “phub” (phone-snub) them, we keep doing it anyway. New research examines why.
The pandemic has affected everyone’s lives, causing many to shift their attitudes. But today’s young people are the ones whose views will be indelibly marked.
Narcissists seek trophy partners, but do they view themselves as the better trophy?
Valentine’s Day can increase feelings of love, but it also has the potential to make problems worse for couples who are already in trouble.
New research examines whether the search for love or lust leads people to meet up with their dating app matches.
Many factors contribute to Zoom fatigue. New research suggests that our level of self-consciousness and satisfaction with our appearance play a role.
A new survey finds that singles are seeking more commitment and a slower progression to physical intimacy.
A new study explored how different facets of narcissism can explain how narcissists react to romantic breakups.