Psychology Today Magazine
July 1997

Nature's Clone

Nature's Clone

By Roderick Angle, Jill Neimark

What the new sibling research tells us about ourselves?
Why Shrinks Have Problems

Why Shrinks Have Problems

By Robert Epstein Ph.D., Tim Bower

Are shrinks more screwed up than the rest of us?
Judge Not

Judge Not

By PT Staff

From chief judge to prison inmate.
When Your Heart Sings the Blues

When Your Heart Sings the Blues

By PT Staff

Natural methods for healing your heart.

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Looking Back

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Finding Flow

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The Formula for Love

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Shopping for Faith

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The World of Speed

By Marian M. Jones

Taste Great, Less Swilling

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Eeek! It's E-mail

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Keeping a Cool Head

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A Bad Rap

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Fatal Attraction

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How Brains Get Wrinkled

By Peter Doskoch

Teen Ache-ers

By Carol Potera

Shirking Shrinks

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Is Love a Disease?

By Peter Dosch

Beware the Sex Killers

By Michael Castleman

Life Strains Cause Ankle Sprains

By Peter Doskoch