Psychology Today Magazine
January 2000

Shyness: The New Solution

Shyness: The New Solution

By Bernardo Carducci

A surprising new approach for dealing with shyness.

Will Your Marriage Last?

By Aviva Patz

The first two years predict marital success.

Live Forever

By Raymond Kurzweil

Within 30 years, we will be able to scan ourselves--our intelligence, personality, feelings and memories--into computers. Is this the beginning of eternal life?

Reel Therapy

By John W. Hesley

Using fiction as a clinical tool.

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Salvation for Unhealthy Diets

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U.S. Fails Math

By Keisha-Gaye Anderson

F.D.A. Embraces Soy

By Camille Chatterjee

Stupid Cupid

By Steven R. Pritzker

Fresh Air

By Robert Epstein Ph.D.

Why Men Kick Butt

By Natasha Raymond

Out of Sight, On His Mind

By Jessica Rogers

Laughing to Succeed

By Camille Chatterjee

The Ties That Unbind

By Aaron Dalton

New Recipe for Reading

By Robert Epstein Ph.D.

The Darker Side of Fantasy

By Camille Chatterjee

Depression: The Hidden Epidemic

By Terrence Real

Mending The Mind

By PT Staff

Behind the Apology

By Ellen J. Langer

On the Agenda

By Ricki Kantrowitz

The Cost of Perfection

By Amy Wilson

Think Like a Dog

By Hal Arkes, Peter Ayton

Bookworms

By Paul Chance

De-Stressing Dogs

By Marguerite Lamb

Good Grades, Healthy Hearts

By Camille Chatterjee

A Total Recall Pill?

By Norine Dworkin

The Smell of Relief

By Jane Buckle

Ask Dr. E

By Robert Epstein Ph.D.

Fighting With Care

By Jamie Talan