Psychology Today Magazine
November 1999

Best of the Century

Best of the Century

By Albert Ellis

Advances in psychotherapy.
Celebrity Meltdown

Celebrity Meltdown

By PT Staff

Struggling celebrities speak out.
Reinventing Yourself

Reinventing Yourself

By Maryanne Garry, Devon Polaschek

Research on memory shows that who you are is limited only by your imagination.
Bad Girls

Bad Girls

By Barry Yeoman

Have women taken "liberation" one step too far--or are they just showing their natural killer instinct?

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Growing New Roots

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Cold Comfort

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Hope Helps

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Money Matters Bite

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Nurse, More Music Please

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Gingko Revisited

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The Hug Drug

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You're Smarter Than You Think

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The Downside of Diversity

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Miss Conceptions

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The Myth of The Aging Brain

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Giving Birth to Schizophrenia

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Extreme Caroling

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Ask Dr. E

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Crowded Out

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