Psychology Today Magazine
July 2006

Crack Me Up

Crack Me Up

By Polly Schulman

Tortured Love

Tortured Love

By Hara Estroff Marano, Kaja Perina

Linda Carroll on losing a daughter and finding her mother.
Extreme Psychology

Extreme Psychology

By Joann Ellison Rodgers

Meet the psychologists at the outer limits of experience.
What's Your Humor Style?

What's Your Humor Style?

By Louise Dobson

Your sense of humor says a lot about you.

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Criticism: Taking the Hit

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A Field Guide to the Bon Vivant

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Identify Your Body Clock

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How Can I Deal With an Unfair Will?

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Pay It Forward

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Bookshelf: From Passion to Trauma

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The Art of the Argument

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Tip of the Tongue Conundrum

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My Dear Namesake

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On The Job: Crime Scene Doc

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Word Watch: Attack of the Clones

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Fresh Off the Funny Farm

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Home Decor Goes Green

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Recipe: Multi-Grain Mania

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Skirting the Line

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