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Magazine articles on psychology.
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December 20, 2007
Clive Thompson
Clive Thompson on How the Next Victim of Climate Change Will Be Our Minds The mental-health effects from quick environmental changes can be powerful. mark for My Articles
Ross Bonander
4 Steps To: Clear Your Conscience The bad news is that a burdened conscience is a rotten thing and until you take arms against it, life can be brutal. The good news is that the need to clear your conscience implies its existence. Read on for tips to lift that load on your mind. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Investment Advisor
December 2007
Olivia Mellan
The Mourning After If you or one of your financial advisory clients is struggling to cope with grief, now or at any other season of the year, the advice that follows may help ease the pain. mark for My Articles 105 similar articles
Psychology Today
Sep/Oct 2007
Nando Pelusi
When to Choose Is to Lose In a world of plenty, wanting the best can bring out the worst in us. The availability of too many options leaves us inherently unsatisfied, no matter what decision we make and how fortuitous its outcome. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Psychology Today
Sep/Oct 2007
Pamela Weintraub
Munchausen: Unusual Suspects Call them the Munchausen mothers. A growing number of women stand accused of deliberately sickening their children for attention from doctors. In an era of patient advocacy and hard-charging moms, there's no end in sight to this hotly contested diagnosis. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Psychology Today
Nov/Dec 2007
Carlin Flora
Adieu to All That Whether you're contemplating a 20-minute phone call or a 20-year career, few moments are more anticipated, rehearsed, agonized over, and cherished than the "end." How to know when it's time to check out, and choreograph an exit you'll never regret. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2007
Morgen E. Peck
Why Toddlers Love Robots Entertainment robots have become sophisticated enough that they can charm toddlers for weeks, or even months, and could soon be useful to teachers as permanent educational assistants, according to research. mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
Financial Planning
November 1, 2007
Elizabeth O'Brien
Bookshelf In Your Money & Your Brain, veteran financial journalist Jason Zweig takes readers inside the brain to illustrate what happens during the investing process. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 2007
Jeff Wise
Thought Police: How Brain Scans Could Invade Your Private Life In the past decade, a wave of researchers using scans has laid bare the rough schematics of how our brains handle fear, memory, risk-taking, romantic love and other mental processes. Soon, the technology could go even further, pulling back the curtain guarding our most private selves. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
October 23, 2007
Gary Wolf
The Twin Inventors of Electronic Monitoring Still Have Regrets Robert and Kirk Gable bemoan how the original psychology that formed the idea for their invention has been forgotten. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
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