Psychology Today Magazine
May 1996

Father's Time

Father's Time

By Paul Roberts, Bill Moseley

Understanding the challenges of fatherhood.
The Every Man Who Would Be King

The Every Man Who Would Be King

By Manuello Paganelli

A couple questions with Larry King.
Managing: The Art of the Absurd

Managing: The Art of the Absurd

By Richard Farson, Jere Smith

The many absurdities of managing an organization.

How to Eat Smart

By Randy Blaun, Andreas Wiesenack

What you eat affects your brain.

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Hallway to Heaven

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Persistent Perfectionists

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Funny Bones

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