1. February 19, 2018

    People find comfort listening to the same songs over and over

    U-M researchers have found that people enjoy replaying a favorite song many times even after the novelty and surprise are gone.

  2. May 31, 2017

    Family support moderates students’ feelings of loneliness, suicide

    When college students feel isolated and disconnected, support from family members can keep them from harming themselves during difficult times, according to a U-M study.

  3. May 11, 2017

    TV accentuates traditional women’s roles at expense of their needs

    College women who frequently watch television or who believe that the content is real, tend to endorse the gender roles that are portrayed often on TV, a U-M researcher says.

  4. May 8, 2017

    Young children unconcerned about digital tracking by strangers

    Children may be more vulnerable than previously thought to those who might exploit their digital footprint to track their location or obtain private information, a U-M study shows.

  5. April 4, 2017

    Study looks at dads’ search for work-family balance after second child

    Work-family conflict inhibits men from being involved in infant care after the birth of a second child in both dual- and single-earner families, according to a new U-M study.

  6. March 28, 2017

    Study finds trust, satisfaction high in consensual open relationships

    Monogamy is considered by many to kindle commitment, trust and love, but a new U-M study finds that those in nonmonogamous relationships are just as happy.

  7. March 22, 2017

    Boys secure in their racial identity seek more diverse friendships

    Middle school boys who feel secure about their race during the ongoing process of seeking answers from parents, friends and media will likely befriend diverse people, according to a new U-M study.

  8. May 19, 2016

    Can white kids grow up to be black? Some preschoolers think so

    White preschoolers often believe a person’s race can change over time. In fact, these 5- to 6-year-olds may think they can grow up to become a black adult, according to a new U-M study.

  9. May 13, 2016

    Women’s preference for less competition may account for pay gaps

    When applying for a job or to college, women seek positions with fewer applicants than men, according to a new U-M study.

  10. February 9, 2016

    Insecure teens use social media to harass, threaten dating partners

    An online stalking behavior known as electronic intrusion is common in high school dating relationships, according to a new study by U-M researchers.