Skip to main content

Verified by Psychology Today

July 2018

Psychology Today Magazine
July 2018

More From This Issue

Foxys Forest Manufacture/Shutterstock

Big on Breakfast

For metabolic purposes, and your brain's sake, it's not so much what you eat but when.

Pimchawee/Shutterstock

Downs and Ups

A recent analysis gives an updated look at the broad impact of depression.

A Recipe for BS

What makes us more likely to chime in about something we have little knowledge of?

The Future of Reading

With the ability to read deeply, warns Maryanne Wolf, other mental strengths may be at risk.

Open to Change

Those with a clear self-image may encourage a partner's evolution.