January 1999

Psychology Today Magazine January 1999

Breathing Lessons

By Richard Firshein

But Why Would You Even Try?

By Camille Chatterjee

The Lowdown on Bulking Up

By Camille Chatterjee

Give It to Me Straight Doc

By Camille Chatterjee
Patients need to know, even when the news is bad.

Adopting a New View

By Marcus Wynne

The Keen, Lean Fat

By Randy Blaun

Focuses on conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a fatty acid found naturally in minute amounts in beef and dairy fats.

Back to the Future

By Annie Murphy Paul

Feel Better, Quit Smoking

By Leslie Dickstein

Not in Your RIght Mind

By Camille Chatterjee

No Free Lunch

By Leslie Dickstein
Skimping on calories at lunch won't help.

Start Me Up

By Annie Murphy Paul

And Now...the 'Shrinkies!'

By Camille Chatterjee, Jasmine Fox, Annie Murphy Paul

Watch a Memory in the Making

By Camille Chatterjee

The Roots of Addiction

By Camille Chatterjee
A gene that guards against drug addiction.

Trash TV' Takes Its Toll

By Annie Murphy Paul

A Tasty Business

By Leslie Whitaker, Dean Powell

Troubled Talent

By Jamie Talan

The Daughters of Freud

By Peter Rebhahn

Stand and Be Counted

By Marcus Wynne

The Nose Knows

By Jasmine Fox
Finicky eater? You might have food neophobia.

Strange Bedfellows

By Robert Bosnak

The Irrational Investor

By Annie Murphy Paul
Investors are not always as sensible as we hope.