Psychology Today Magazine
July 1996

Happily Ever Laughter

Happily Ever Laughter

By Peter Doskoch

Is humor the forgotten key to happiness?
Capturing Creativity

Capturing Creativity

By Robert Epstein Ph.D.

How to enhance the creativity of a person and figuring out the mysteries of the creative process.
Psychedelics

Psychedelics

By Eugene Taylor

Psychedelics can also provide a psychiatric benefit.
Harold Ramis: Expect the Unexpected

Harold Ramis: Expect the Unexpected

By PT Staff

Harold Ramis talks about his career in comedy.

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