Psychology Today Magazine
September 2004

Cupid's Comeuppance

Cupid's Comeuppance

By PT Staff

Playful Cupid may have met his match in science.
The Pill Paradox

The Pill Paradox

By Paul Raeburn

Are antidepressants killing teens or saving their lives?
We Are the Champions

We Are the Champions

By Steve Salerno

Are pep-talks successful beyond the locker room?

Why Did I Just Say That?

By Jen Matlack

Your survival guide to mortifying moments.

The Truth About Compatibility

By Hara Estroff Marano, Carlin Flora

When it comes to love and compatibility, experts tell it like it is.

Suburban Warrior Syndrome

By Ethan Gilsdorf

Fantasy unleashes the workaday hero inside each of us.

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Sugar Fix

By Willow Lawson

Orthorexia: Too Healthy?

By Erik Strand

Lunatic Toons

By Neil Parmar

Hip-Hop's Bad Rap

By Rebecca Leigh Fox

Prayer: Healing Hoaxes

By Jeff Grossman

The Sounds of Moby

By Willow Lawson

The Rules of Sportsthink

By Steve Salerno

Teen Troubles

By Paul Raeburn

The Secrets of Failure

By Marina Krakovsky

Chemistry Lessons

By PT Staff

Household Bliss for Same-Sex Couples

By Carlin Flora

Nostalgia for the Past

By Elise Kramer

Peer Pressure

By Elise Kramer

Street Corner Counseling

By Edward Meagher

Mental Roadblocks for Children

By Willow Lawson

Cohabitation: Just a Phase?

By Elise Kramer

Watching Kids by Satellite

By Jeff Grossman

Personality Online

By Viviana Mazza

Spousal Resilience

By Carlin Flora

DNA Dilemma

By Jeff Grossman

Placebo Power

By Darby Saxbe Ph.D.

Hand in Hand: Depression and Heart Disease

By Deborah Blumberg

The Road to Familial Bliss

By Carlin Flora

The Sugar-Coated Truth

By Richard A. Lovett

Are Antidrug Ads Backfiring?

By Edward Meagher

A Deeper Sleep

By Richard A. Lovett

ADHD: Diagnosis Dilemma

By Willow Lawson

PT's Bookshelf

By PT Staff

PT's Bookshelf

By PT Staff

Did You Know?

By PT Staff

Fetishes and Compulsions

By Hara Estroff Marano

The Thick Skinned

By Lybi Ma

Your Genes, Your Diet

By Carlin Flora