Psychology Today Magazine
January 2009

Hold Me Tight

Hold Me Tight

By Sue Johnson

Love demands the reassurance of touch.
Guinea Pig Nation

Guinea Pig Nation

By Joann Ellison Rodgers

Why do some people repeatedly volunteer for science experiments?

The Pursuit of Happiness

By Carlin Flora

The surest ways to find well-being.

Marked for Mayhem

By Chuck Hustmyre, Jay Dixit

Street criminals are selective about their victims.

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Q and A: Irreverence Material

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Happiness: A Day of Delight

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Final Analysis: Valerie Plame

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Nature's Bounty: Sage Advice

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On The Job: Smash Attack

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Natural Element: Away from My Desk

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Language: Bed Bards

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Global Psyche: National Poker Face

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Teen Angst Turns Deadly

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Two-Minute Memoir: With Heart in Mouth

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Market Madness

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Up Against The Wall

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The Harvard Horror

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PT Recipe: Seeds of Health

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Quirky Minds: Unexpectedly Expecting

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Happiness Makeovers

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Advice: My Lover Loves His Ex's Kids

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Advice: He's Not the Man I Married

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Advice: A Long Delayed Reaction

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