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Magazine articles on psychology.
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Chemistry World
September 13, 2006
Victoria Gill
Treating Post Traumatic Stress with Stress Hormones The human body's own natural stress hormone, corticosterone, could be developed into a treatment for post traumatic stress disorder, report researchers. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
September 13, 2006
Tony Zizza
When Did Teenage Schizophrenia Become A Coupon? American children between the ages of 13-17 are now being marketed to parents clipping coupons to have their children participate in clinical research studies in which investigational "drugs for schizophrenia" are used. mark for My Articles 76 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 8, 2006
Elizabeth Brokamp
Ask Mrs. Riches: The Green-Eyed Monster When your friend's wealth has made you jealous, your friend isn't the problem. Get your financial relationship questions answered here! mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Psychology Today
Sep/Oct 2006
Katherine Ellison
Mastering Your Own Mind Distracted? Angry? Envious? There's growing evidence that attention, emotion regulation -- even love -- are skills that can be trained through the practice of meditation. Perhaps it's time for you to become a high-performance user of your own brain. mark for My Articles 140 similar articles
Psychology Today
Jul/Aug 2006
Louise Dobson
What's Your Humor Style? Are you a joker? A teaser? A clown? How you deploy your sense of humor says a lot about how you relate to others and to yourself. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Psychology Today
Jul/Aug 2006
Pamela Weintraub
Lost Love: Guess Who's Back? Old flames still smolder, especially when they're early love affairs, which leave a particularly vivid mark in our minds. Reawakening such a romance can be an incendiary experience -- intensely passionate and dangerous to trifle with. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Psychology Today
Jul/Aug 2006
Joann Ellison Rodgers
Extreme Psychology For a small band of shrinks, intervening in catastrophic situations is an everyday event. But their experience at the edge has deep consequences for us all: It is altering our understanding of the true nature of human nature. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Psychology Today
Jul/Aug 2006
Marano & Perina
Tortured Love Linda Carroll's unorthodox relationship with her famous mother and infamous daughter forced her to reevaluate love, loss and the control we have over the people we most want to protect. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
Garen Adjemian
Physical And Mental Benefits Of Music From sci-fi notions of increased fetal development to everyday emotional healing, the growing field of music therapy is presenting increasing amounts of evidence that points toward the greater powers of music. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 24, 2006
Jessica Ebert
Alzheimer's Researchers Tackle Waste Disposal The memory of mice with Alzheimer's-like symptoms is improved by inoculating the mice with an enzyme involved in protein degradation, report US researchers. The work could lead to new therapies for patients with Alzheimer's disease. mark for My Articles 176 similar articles
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