Psychology Today Magazine
March 2003

Prozac Nation with Christina Ricci

Prozac Nation with Christina Ricci

By PT Staff

Depression is ugly in reality and in film.
How to Save Your Relationship

How to Save Your Relationship

By Susan Johnson, Aviva Patz

Rebuilding intimacy must start with partners soothing each other.

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Chess: Not All About Logic?

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Why Teens Are Moody

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Butt Out: Quit Smoking

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Co-Ed Settings Skew Body Image

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Food Rx: The Natural Way to Health

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Sloppy Scholarship

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In Sickness and In Health

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Why Danny Can't Read

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ADHD: Willpower or Meds?

By Paula Moyer

Prozac Pre-puberty

By Jason Williams

Toxic Relationships

By Megan Olden

Women Marry for Money

By Dan Schulman

Baby Talk Hinders Learning

By Sunny Sea Gold

Creative Types Have a Self-Critical Eye

By Rose Palazzolo

The False Confession

By Alexandra Perina

Discrimination for Latisha

By Kaja Perina

Advice: Helplessness Can Drive You Crazy

By Michael Yapko

Eating Smart for Two

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Eating Smart for Two

By Willow Lawson

Bored with the War?

By Colin Allen

Optimism: Steps to Live a Better Life

By Hara Estroff Marano

Recognizing Cars and Faces

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PT's Book Review

By Paul Chance

Kids: Sleep Deprived and Hyper

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When Men Suffer Low Sex Drive

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Beating the Blues: A team sport

By Hara Estroff Marano