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Magazine articles on psychology.
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November 27, 2001
Alison Motluk
"Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens" by Patricia Lynne Duffy For people with synesthesia, letters, words and numbers have their own colors, and you can smell the shape of milk... mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
November 19, 2001
Amy Traverso
This time the germs are real For sufferers of obsessive-compulsive disorder, a real-live anthrax scare can mean years of misery... mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
November 6, 2001
Vatche Bartekian
Fighting Winter Depression Since winter is on its way, the following might help you understand why you feel so down during this cold season... mark for My Articles 92 similar articles
American Family Physician
October 15, 2001
Michael L. Szymanski
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Management Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common psychiatric disorder of childhood and often persists into adulthood. With time and interest, the family physician can develop the skills needed to treat this disorder... mark for My Articles 200 similar articles
October 14, 2001
Rashmikant Patel
The Emotional Cycle Of Investing These are the typical emotional stages a person goes through when experiencing the so-called wonderful world of investments... mark for My Articles 269 similar articles
Knowledge@Wharton Is Behavioral Finance a Growth Industry? The subdiscipline of behavioral finance has gained ground over the last half-decade. The idea is simple: Investors are not as rational as traditional theory has assumed, and biases in their decision-making can have a cumulative effect on asset prices... mark for My Articles 82 similar articles
October 4, 2001
Lauren Sandler
The trauma to come A city reels -- and braces for the psychic fallout of its monstrous ordeal... mark for My Articles 150 similar articles
October 4, 2001
Janelle Brown
The mystery cure A simple approach to treating trauma has had spectacular results in the wake of tragedies in Oklahoma, Bosnia and Littleton. Will EMDR help in New York? mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
September 20, 2001
Ian Lee
Dysmorphia: Male Anorexia Many women suffer from anorexia, and now men have a similar disorder. It's called dysmorphia, and if you body build, you may know what I'm talking about. The worst thing about this disorder is that some guys might have it and be completely unaware... mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
September 20, 2001
Christine Kenneally
Terrorist wannabes In the wake of unimaginable devastation, what motivates someone to phone in a bomb threat? mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
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