Psychology Today Magazine
September 1998

Face it!

Face it!

By Deborah Blum

Reading faces and our survival as a species.
Cyber sex

Cyber sex

By Joan Ullman

A close look at the e-mail exchanges that sparked New York's notorious trial illuminates the upside-down world of post-modern courtship.
Why We Need Miss America

Why We Need Miss America

By Jill Neimark

The annual pageant brings hoots and snickers, but when the winner is crowned this September, we'll be reminded once again of some vital truths about ourselves and our country.
How to Think Like a Shrink

How to Think Like a Shrink

By Emanuel H. Rosen

Yes, you can see through the defenses other people—and even  you—hide behind.

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Sparking Creativity

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Diet for Epilepsy

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Stone Age Stress

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In the Spotlight

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Missing the Boat on Love

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There's No Forgetting Ginkgo

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Fetal Psychology

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The Price of Fame

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The New Gender Gap

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From Spats to Brats

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When Couples Compete

By Katherine Billie

A Vote for Valerian

By Richard Finstein