Psychology Today Magazine
July 2005

The Perils of Playing House

The Perils of Playing House

By Nancy Wartik

Cohabitation may lead you to wed for all the wrong reasons.
The Grandmaster Experiment

The Grandmaster Experiment

By Carlin Flora

How one family produced three female chess queens
A Taste of Genius

A Taste of Genius

By Lauren Aaronson

Your brain has the most to gain from what you eat.
The Lion Tamer

The Lion Tamer

By Cecilia Capuzzi Simon

Steven Stosny defuses rage by teaching people how to connect.
Sexuality: Your Telltale Fingertips

Sexuality: Your Telltale Fingertips

By Willow Lawson

How your hands are a marker for behavior.

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Language: My Spanish Side

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