Psychology Today Magazine
November 2001

Sex and Your Psyche

Sex and Your Psyche

By Michael Seeber, Carin Gorrell

Sexual dysfunction is a problem for many.
Interview: The Fisher Queen

Interview: The Fisher Queen

By Lybi Ma

The writer and actress shows how she wrangles her many moods.
Strange Maladies

Strange Maladies

By Robert Lemelson, Jeffery Winters

Mental illness in the far reaches of the globe.
Right Here, Write Now

Right Here, Write Now

By Susan Perry

Many of us want to write, and the secret is anyone can.

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Move to Boost Mood

By Hara Estroff Marano

God on the Brain

By Michael Shermer, Paul Chance

Ask Dr. E

By Robert Epstein Ph.D.

Do I Have Bad Breath?

By Nida Elley

Say Again

By Laurie Budgar

Separate and Unequal?

By Jesse J. Logan

Slim Down to Ward Off Diabetes

By Rena Wing, Melbourne Hovell

Online Buddies

By W. Eric Martin

Saved By the Bell?

By Nancy K. Dess

Curing The Common Cold

By PT Staff

Heads Up!

By PT Staff

Breeding Contentment

By Diane Martindale

The Boss: Shades of Napoleon?

By Julie Adams

Is Everybody Happy?

By Robert Epstein Ph.D.

Richard Lewis' Last Laugh

By Robert Epstein Ph.D., Jessica Rogers

Day of Tragedy, Day of Growth

By Robert Epstein Ph.D.

The Mind's Eye

By PT Staff

The Pill and a Poor Sex Life

By Hollis Kline

Gesundheit!

By PT Staff

PT Bookshelf: Good Work

By PT Staff

Auditory Illusion

By Kaja Perina

Sunshine on Wall Street

By Monique Cuvelier

Suicide Watch

By Kaja Perina, Diana Burrell