Psychology Today Magazine January 2018

Psychology Today Magazine
January 2018

Change Artists

Change Artists

By Abby Ellin

The rules for reinvention have changed. Whether you want to end procrastination or become more sociable, it's possible to change basic elements of yourself.
All Over Your Face

All Over Your Face

By Matthew Hutson

Advanced facial-recognition technology can deduce aspects of our personality as well as our identity. Will this new fact of life change the way we act?
The Crisis of Rural Despair

Where No One Hears a Cry for Help

By Sarah Goodyear

The mental health needs of rural America are acute and complex. Last-ditch solutions are on the table. Can they work?
Are Your Emotions Hijacking You?

Hijacked No More

By Amy Alkon

How to tell your feelings to beat it, so you can stop drowning in the quicksand of you.

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Books: Shooting Stars

By Gary Drevitch

2-Minute Memoir: Darkness on the Mountain

By Maggie O'Farrell

Eccentric's Corner: Science Is for Sharing

By Jennifer Bleyer

Solutions: The Mission Mindset

By Guy Winch Ph.D.

Speak, Clothing: One Question for Emily Spivack

By Jennifer Bleyer

Supplemental Science: C Sharp

By Hara Estroff Marano

What Love Leaves Behind

By Matt Huston

Shields Up

By Shira Polan

Course Correction

By Matt Huston

Predicting the Aftershock

By Dalmeet Singh Chawla

Life After the Bully

By Knvul Sheikh

I Hear You!

By Cameron Evans

A Map of Our Moods

By Matt Huston

Unconventional Wisdom: How Conversation Delivers Dinner

By Hara Estroff Marano

Putting Emotions to Work

By Cameron Evans

Thinking, Unleashed

By Amanda Furrer