Psychology Today Magazine March 2018

Psychology Today Magazine
March 2018

A Cure for Disconnection

A Cure for Disconnection

By Jennifer Latson

Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
Your Elastic Mind

Your Elastic Mind

By Leonard Mlodinow

Tapping into an existing cognitive ability will help us survive the ever-changing environment.
A Handle on the Head of State

A Handle on the Head of State

By Hara Estroff Marano

There is no requirement for assessing a president’s mental fitness to govern. Should that change?
The Most Extraordinary Amnesia

The Most Extraordinary Amnesia

By Sam Kean

People who suffer dissociative fugue can't remember who they are. Some even start life over with new identities.

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Uncharted Territory

By Leon F Seltzer Ph.D.

Survival (Because) of the Fittest

By Katherine Schreiber

2-Minute Memoir: A Different Stripe

By Renee Sullivan

Eccentric's Corner: The Croaks of Seduction

By Gary Drevitch

One Question: Conjuring Awe

By Jennifer Bleyer

Nature’s Bounty: Saving the Brain with Food

By Lisa Mosconi Ph.D.

Supplemental Science: Tweaking Turmeric

By Hara Estroff Marano

Unconventional Wisdom: A Career Quandary Cuts Deep

By Hara Estroff Marano

Is Everyone Having More Fun Than You?

By Matt Huston

"Hi" Is Mighty

By Shira Polan

The Puzzle of You

By Matt Huston

When Teens Bully Themselves

By Paul Nicolaus

Blind Drunk

By Rayne Ellis

The Myth of the American Narcissist

By Laura Entis

Is Your Temperament Temperate?

By Cameron Evans

Personality Bonus

By Amanda Furrer