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Psychology Today Magazine
May 2019

The New Science of Sleep

The New Science of Sleep

By Holly Pevzner

Experts suggest ways to correct the habits that keep us from resting well.
The Biracial Advantage

A Different Mix

By Jennifer Latson

Biracial people enjoy some possible benefits—good health, attractiveness, and a more open mind, to start. But these come with the challenges of navigating racial identity.
The Endless Breakup

The Endless Breakup

By Lisa A. Phillips

Technology keeps hatching new ways to avoid the emotional labor of breaking up. That only makes things worse.
A Revolution Is Happening in Psychology, Here's How It's Playing Out

Notes From a Revolution

By Matt Huston

Some of psychology's most popular ideas, it turns out, might not be true. A diverse set of scientists is taking steps to make the field's claims more likely to stand the test of time.

More From This Issue

Eccentric's Corner: The Logic of It All

By Matt Huston

Relationships: Listening to Echoism

By Craig Malkin Ph.D.

Supplemental Science: A Nimble Nutrient

By Abigail Fagan

Nature's Bounty: The Roots Of Mental Longevity

By Kirsi Goldynia

One Question: Sparking Conversation

By Abigail Fagan

Comfort Zones

By Devon Frye

Going with the Flow

By Devon Frye

Follow My Lead

By Katherine Bourque

The Bio-Revolution

By Abigail Fagan

How Am I Feeling?

By Matt Huston