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Magazine articles on psychology.
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Technology Research News
February 12, 2003
Kimberly Patch
Social networks sturdier than 'Net Although many types of networks, including biological networks, social networks, and the Internet, have a lot in common, when you get right down to who is connecting to whom, social networks follow different rules. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
American Family Physician
January 15, 2003
Ables & Baughman
Antidepressants: Update on New Agents and Indications Many antidepressants have been released in the United States over the past two decades. This article is an update of information about the newer agents for depression and new indications for older antidepressants. mark for My Articles 532 similar articles
January 28, 2003
William Glass
Do You Need Therapy? There is no shame in visiting a therapist. The desire to seek help does not mean that you are crazy, nor that you have a major problem. It is just a way to help yourself get out of a rut. Think of it as a workout for the mind. mark for My Articles 97 similar articles
American Family Physician
January 15, 2003
Pritts & Susman
Diagnosis of Eating Disorders in Primary Care Eating disorders are associated with devastating medical and psychologic consequences, including death, osteoporosis, growth delay, and developmental delay. Prompt diagnosis is linked to better outcomes. mark for My Articles 202 similar articles
American Family Physician
January 15, 2003
How Do I Know If I Have an Eating Disorder? What is an eating disorder?... Why are eating disorders dangerous?... What are the symptoms of eating disorders?... How will my doctor know if I have an eating disorder?... Where can I learn more about eating disorders? mark for My Articles 211 similar articles
Fast Company
February 2003
Bill Breen
Desire: Connecting With What Customers Want There's too much of everything: a head-spinning array of products, an eye-glazing gaggle of ads, a mind-numbing barrage of information. So what are the most desirable ways to reach your customers? Melinda Davis and her Human Desire Project have developed five answers. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
January 6, 2003
Stephanie Zacharek
"American Normal" by Lawrence Osborne People with the rare condition called Asperger Syndrome can be brilliant, but they're unable to read the human face or the simplest social cue. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
January 2003
Jacob Sullum
Head Games What are the rules for defining mental illness? mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
December 18, 2002
Sheerly Avni
The unkindest cut People who repeatedly go under the knife to fix imagined imperfections may need shrinks, not plastic surgeons, warns an expert on a little-known disorder. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
December 17, 2002
Warren Farrell
How dads who can't be with their children can be 'with' their children Divorce leaves men ten times more likely than women to commit suicide. And for millions of men the double jeopardy of being a divorced man during the holidays is magnified when he has children he cannot see -- the holidays are the season of the Home Alone Dad. mark for My Articles 234 similar articles
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