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Magazine articles on psychology.
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Psychology Today
Jul/Aug 2006
Polly Schulman
Crack Me Up Humor in relationships is touchy: Laughter can bring you closer, or it can pack a cruel punch. How to avoid the pitfalls and use humor to strengthen your bond. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
July 1, 2006
Mark Senak
Opinion: CARE for Mental Illness There's a disease that afflicts this country when it comes to caring for mentally ill patients. It's called neglect. The cure? Stakeholders should have a look at the Ryan White CARE Act. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
Information Today
July 3, 2006
Barbara Quint
APA Discontinuing Print Index After 8 Decades, Adding Full-Text Archives After 80 years as the leading abstracting and indexing service in the behavioral sciences, this December will see the last issue of Psychological Abstracts. Subscribership for the print publication has dropped steadily from an all-time high of 9,500 to just a few hundred in 2005. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Managed Care
June 2006
Martin Sipkoff
Limiting Access to SSRIs Does More Harm Than Good Despite the higher costs of SSRIs, compared to older antidepressants, limiting members' access can lead to undertreated depression. mark for My Articles 289 similar articles
Managed Care
June 2006
More Young Adults Prescribed ADHD Drugs The number of adults ages 20 to 44 prescribed attention deficit hyperactivity disorder medications increased about 140% from 2000 to 2005. This was even faster growth than the 82% reported for children. mark for My Articles 192 similar articles
Ross Bonander
Self-Perception vs. Reality We regard the perceptions we have of ourselves as reality. When we learn that there's a disparity between that reality and the perceptions that other people have of us it is always enlightening, rarely flattering and, more often than not, insulting. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Scientific American
July 2006
Michael Shermer
The Political Brain A recent brain-imaging study shows that our political predilections are a product of unconscious confirmation bias. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
June 21, 2006
Tony Zizza
Tom Cruise Was - Right! In American, when even choosing to be a jerk in your automobile is now viewed as suffering from a mental disorder that requires therapy and drugs, psychiatry is 100% -- pseudoscience. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
American Family Physician
June 15, 2006
Prater & Zylstra
Medical Care of Adults with Mental Retardation Primary medical care of persons with mental retardation should involve continuity of care, maintenance of comprehensive treatment documentation, routine periodic health screening, and an understanding of the unique medical and behavioral disorders common to this population. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
American Family Physician
June 15, 2006
Mental Retardation: What Caregivers Need to Know A caregiver's guide: What should I do about doctor visits for a person with mental retardation?... What if a person with mental retardation is hurt or acts strangely?... Who should make medical decisions for a person with mental retardation?... etc. mark for My Articles 239 similar articles
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