Psychology Today Magazine
May 1998

Finding Strength: How to Overcome Anything

Finding Strength: How to Overcome Anything

By Deborah Blum

Think you'll never overcome a setback? Think again. Ten surefire ways to rebound.
Wired for Miracles?

Wired for Miracles?

By Jim Robbins

Epilepsy. ADD. Depression. PMS. Insomnia. What do all these conditions have in common? They're being treated with a new form of high-tech brain biofeedback.
Where Bias Begins: The Truth About Stereotypes

Where Bias Begins: The Truth About Stereotypes

By Annie Murphy Paul

Stereotyping is not limited to those who are biased. We all use stereotypes all the time.
Triumph Over Torture

Triumph Over Torture

By PT Staff

A Tibetan woman's account of twenty-seven years of torture in labor camps for resisting China's occupation of her homeland.

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