September 2013

Psychology Today Magazine September 2013

Sex: The No-Libido Credo

By Matt Huston
Asexuals are complicating the traditional narrative of romantic love.

Work: Unwind the Grind

By Andrea Hilbert
Perks that lure the hottest in the field

Nature's Bounty: The Smart of Tart

By Andrea Hilbert
The power of cranberries

News: Headache for Parents, Migraine for Infants?

By Laura Entis
A new clue to the mystery of colic

News: Happily Never After

By Leonora Desar
Questioning the cult of monogamy, one study at a time.

Keen Cuisine: Fruit of the Future

By Hara Estroff Marano
Say hello to the yuzu, coming soon to a kitchen near you

Unconventional Wisdom: Jealousy Jitters

By Hara Estroff Marano
Advice for a jealous girlfriend

Person of Interest: Holy Celebrity

By Joachim I. Krueger Ph.D.
The Dalai Lama is an international rock star

Eccentric’s Corner/Q+A: Let Knowledge Drop

By Matt Huston
Baba Brinkman is winning minds with beats and rhymes.

Bookshelf: The Center Cannot Hold

By Lauren F. Friedman
Can fringe activists create change—before the mainstream swallows them whole?

Bookshelf: Mind Your Mind

By Agata Blaszczak-Boxe
The busy person's guide to self-improvement.

Tip Sheet: Uh, Thanks?

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
How not to give props

Tip Sheet: Let 'Em Down Gently

By Matt Huston

Quash someone's hopes—the nice way.

Quiz: My Kid Could Paint That

By Agata Blaszczak-Boxe
Abstraction is not as arbitrary as some think.

Under The Weather

By Laura Entis
More sunshine = more happiness? Not quite.

Blogger Spotlight: What The Stones Teach Us About Lasting Love

By Ruth Blatt
The secret of The Rolling Stones' lasting bond

Final Analysis: 4am too late to take ambien?

By Lauren F. Friedman
Snapshots of insomniac despair

Rant: The Smart Gap

By Eric Maisel Ph.D.
How to deal with painful shortfalls in brainpower

Lessons in the Art of Living

By Hara Estroff Marano
The best treatment for borderlines is a remedy for much more.

Bookshelf: Q&A With Hanya Yanagihara

By Nando Pelusi Ph. D.
Hanya Yanagihara on medicine and misanthropy