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Top Posts of 2016

It's been a helluva year. From oxytocin to famous brains, here's a recap of the best from the PT blogs. Cover Image: Irina Bg/Shutterstock

Psychology’s Most Famous Brain

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.

Are Pet Owners Really at Greater Risk of Cancer?

By Hal Herzog Ph.D.

The Importance of Being Moral

By Joachim I Krueger Ph.D.

Don't Hug the Dog!

By Stanley Coren PhD., DSc, FRSC

How Many Straight People Are There?

By Ritch C Savin-Williams Ph.D.

Think More, Eat Less?

By Alan Castel Ph.D.

How to Get Anyone to Like You

By Jonathan Wai Ph.D.

The Social Psychology of a Nation Divided

By Glenn Geher Ph.D.

10 Discoveries About Well-Being

By Todd B. Kashdan Ph.D.

When You’re Feeling Lonely

By Toni Bernhard J.D.

Why Are More People Having Sex With Both Men and Women?

By Jean M Twenge Ph.D.

Mapping Social Anxiety

By Gregg Henriques Ph.D.

In Defense of Authenticity

By Mark D. White Ph.D.

Finding Your Purpose in Life

By Karl Pillemer Ph.D.

Is My Child Normal?

By Ara Francis Ph.D.

So, What Is Distraction Again?

By Alex Pang Ph.D.

Nothing to Hide

By David Berreby

Making Bike-Sharing More Popular

By Utpal Dholakia

What the Most Creative Countries in the World Do

By Jeff DeGraff Ph.D.

Grit Revisited

By Michael D. Matthews Ph.D.

Eyes on You

By Psychology Today Editorial Staff