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Magazine articles on psychology.
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American Family Physician
December 15, 2000
What Is Mass Psychogenic Illness? Sometimes people in a group start to think they might have been exposed to something dangerous, like a germ or a toxin (poison). They might get signs of sickness like headache, dizziness, faintness, weakness or a choking feeling... mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
American Family Physician
December 15, 2000
Toni Lapp
ACOG Addresses Psychosocial Screening in Pregnant Women Recognizing the broad range of psychosocial issues that pregnant women face is an important step toward improving women's health and birth outcomes... mark for My Articles 311 similar articles
Information Today
December 2000
Peter Jacso
e-psyche: A Better Mousetrap? Ever since I heard the rumors a year ago about the introduction of a new psychology database, I was interested in finding out the details. The knee-jerk reaction to e-psyche's launch was predictable: Does it really hope to compete with the venerable PsycINFO database? mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
November 21, 2000
Vatche Bartekian
Improving Your Memory Exercise improves alertness and memory and can help you perform cognitive tasks at your peak level. Article also includes methods for jogging your memory. mark for My Articles 241 similar articles
American Family Physician
November 15, 2000
Son & Kirchner
Depression in Children and Adolescents Depression among children and adolescents is common but frequently unrecognized. It affects 2 percent of prepubertal children and 5 to 8 percent of adolescents... mark for My Articles 530 similar articles
American Family Physician
November 15, 2000
What to Do if You Think Your Child Is Depressed mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
November 14, 2000
Rick Reilly
A Crucial Timeout Look at the Player of the Year, scrubbing his hands like a surgeon -- 50, 100 times a day. How can the best athlete in school, the most handsome, with a 4.15 GPA, have such filthy hands? Yeah, they have a name for it, but that doesn't make it any easier -- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder... mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
American Family Physician
November 1, 2000
Searight, Burke & Rottnek
Adult ADHD: Evaluation and Treatment in Family Medicine Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects 30 to 50 percent of adults who had ADHD in childhood. Accurate diagnosis of ADHD in adults is challenging and requires attention to early development and symptoms of inattention, distractibility, impulsivity and emotional lability... mark for My Articles 217 similar articles
American Family Physician
November 1, 2000
When Adults Have ADHD Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is also called ADHD. People with ADHD are hyperactive or distracted most of the time. Even when they try to concentrate, they find it hard to pay attention... mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
November 4, 2000
Michael Bucci
Master Your Fear Fear is perhaps the single biggest impediment to any sort of achievement. If you are afraid to even attempt to achieve, you can be sure you'll never accomplish anything of note in life... mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
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