Psychology Today Magazine
July 2012

Eternal Curves

Eternal Curves

By Will Lassek, Steve Gaulin, Hara Estroff Marano

Men “know” something significant about women’s bodies that women don’t.
Of Brainiacs and Billionaires

Of Brainiacs and Billionaires

By Jonathan Wai

The smartest 1 percent are more vital than ever. Who are they, what is their skillset, and can they compete globally?
From Promise to Promiscuity

From Promise to Promiscuity

By Hara Estroff Marano

How infidelity reflects the pull of many tiny factors.
Image: Young woman observing heart shaped clouds in the sky

Your Sixth Sense

By Matthew Hutson

How our minds make sense of weird situations.

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Q&A: Right-Hand Man

By Katherine Schreiber

Final Analysis: Notes on My Dream Home

By Teddy Wayne

Eccentric's Corner: Defying the Laws

By Nando Pelusi Ph. D.

Earnings And Yearnings: Friends with Benefits

By Ashley Phillips

Bookshelf: The End of the Road

By Lauren F. Friedman, Merel van Beeren, Alan Yu, Alison DeNisco

Unconventional Wisdom: Marital Problems

By Hara Estroff Marano

A Loss Like No Other

By Mary R. Morgan

News: Just Give In

By Kelly McGonigal

News: That Bites

By Rose Pastore

Sex: Flex Appeal

By Katherine Schreiber

Outside In: Dress to Impress Yourself

By Merel van Beeren

Pick One Already!

By Lauren F. Friedman

Nature's Bounty: Food Without Fear

By Alan Yu

Mind Your Body: Kill the Messenger

By Lauren F. Friedman

Field Test: Young at Heart

By Mary Diduch

Families: Advance Warning

By Mary Diduch

Diagnosis: PANS

By Alison DeNisco

Blogs: Accidental Happiness

By PT Staff

Blogger Spotlight: The Cooties They Carry

By Rachel Herz Ph.D.