Psychology Today Magazine
July 2008

Five Stealth Forces in Weight Loss

Five Stealth Forces in Weight Loss

By Sora Song

What makes a diet successful.


By Rebecca Webber

Five scientists research challenges in their own lives.
Plight of the Little Emperors

Plight of the Little Emperors

By Taylor Clark

Chinese children buckle under academic pressures.

Typically Twisted

By Kat McGowan

What seems weird is often normal.

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Quirky Minds: Hold Me Back

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Mind Games: Crafting Creative Deals

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The Affect Effect

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Recipe: Better than Ice Cream

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Data Mine: From Persuasion to Impotence

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On the Job: Broad Attack

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Natural Element: A Room with a View

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Mind Your Body: Taking a Stand

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Final Analysis: Kiki Smith on Creative Struggle

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Keen Cuisine: Broccoli Rave

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In Brief: From Success to Snuggles

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Neanderthink: Love's Plan B

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Thinking Outside the In-box

By Suzanne Krause

Global Psyche: Ego Under Fire

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Beauty Beat: Eye-Catcher

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Blogs: Impossible Experiments

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Eccentric's Corner: The Alchemist

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Media: Happily Ever After

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What If My Fiancé Is Gay?

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Body of Evidence: Life in the Balance

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Field Guide to The Nerd: It's All Geek to Me

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The PT Bookshelf: From Disaster to Murder

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Secrets of the Big Losers

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Image Trip: Flight Attendants

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