Psychology Today Magazine
January 2001

Secrets of Happiness

Secrets of Happiness

By Steven Reiss

If pleasure is not what drives us, what does?
The Power of Hypnosis

The Power of Hypnosis

By Deirdre Barrett

Studies show that hypnosis can treat everything from chronic pain to poor study habits. Chances are, it can work for you.
Finding Real Love

Finding Real Love

By Cary Barbor

How To Lead a Joyful Life

How To Lead a Joyful Life

By PT Staff

How to say no to happiness-busters.

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In Sickness and In Health

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Overcoming the Impossible

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The Prince of Reason

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Programming Behavior

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PT Bookshelf

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The Male Pill

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PT Links

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FDA Under Fire

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Happiness Reexamined

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An Alternate Route

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Food for Comfort

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Our New Prez

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A Caregiver's Companion

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SAT Gap

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Ask Dr. E

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Put on a Happy Face

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