Psychology Today Magazine
May 2012

The Mysterious Case of the Vanishing Genius

The Mysterious Case of the Vanishing Genius

By Mike Martin

Maverick evolutionary biologist Margie Profet vanishes without a trace.
The Atheist at the Breakfast Table

The Atheist at the Breakfast Table

By Bruce Grierson

A new wave of nonbelievers don't force their ideals on their kids.
Image: Woman having her shoulders rubbed in the dark

How To Grow Up

By Pam Weintraub

How to put passion back into your relationship.

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Unconventional Wisdom: Do Men Really Love Bitches?

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Field Guide to The Contrarian

By Elizabeth Svoboda

Bookshelf: The Hidden Mind

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Road Test: Can I Pay Extra, Please?

By Merel van Beeren

Diagnosis: Calm Down, Boys

By Mary Bates

News: Insomnia, Fear and Perception

By Alice Oglethorpe, Amy Kraft, Mary Diduch

Final Analysis: Keepin' The Kids Engaged

By Brian Frazer

Blogger Spotlight: Strangers Need Not Apply

By Dario Maestripieri

Earnings and Yearnings: Trying Before Buying

By Becca Weinstein

PT Recipe: A Perfect Food?

By Hara Estroff Marano

Keen Cuisine: The Vanishing Mineral

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Nature's Bounty: The Wonder of Bread

By Daniel A. Marano

Outside In: Heat Seekers

By Katherine Schreiber

Sex: Sleeping Together

By Alison DeNisco

Eccentric's Corner: About a Boy, Named Paul

By Katherine Schreiber

Blogs: Chief Executive Oops

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Carnal Clues: Go for the Gold

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Romance Face-Off: Cohabitation vs. Marriage

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Four Secrets of Creativity

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