Psychology Today Magazine September 2017

Psychology Today Magazine
September 2017

The Hardest Word

The Hardest Word

By Carlin Flora

The ability to say no is crucial for mental health and self-confidence.
The Quest for Lust

The Quest for Fire

By Katherine Rowland

Can science help bring back female desire?
In The Minds of Dogs

In The Minds of Dogs

By Stanley Coren PhD., DSc, FRSC, Rosalind Arden Ph.D., Marc Bekoff Ph.D., Hara Estroff Marano, John Bradshaw Ph.D.

How much do these once-wolves know about us—and themselves?
Will Big Data Save Psychiatry?

The Big Data Bull's-Eye

By Paul Raeburn

Is big data the future of psychiatry?

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Eccentric's Corner: The Seer of AI

By Gary Drevitch

2-Minute Memoir: When the Ground Cracked

By Tova Mirvis

Supplemental Science: From Food to Mood

By Hara Estroff Marano

Social Life: The Big Picture

By Stephanie M. Bucklin

Nature's Bounty: Talking of Taste

By Kirsi Goldynia

Unconventional Wisdom: Cruise Control

By Hara Estroff Marano

Human Like Me?

By Micaela Heck

The Lure of Charisma

By Matt Huston

Weapons of Mass Persuasion

By Abigail Fagan

States of Alarm

By Matt Huston

One Question: Conquering the Divided Self

By Nando Pelusi Ph.D.

Singing With Daughters, Winning With Sons

By Colleen Park

Why Do We Lash Out?

By Shira Polan

Under The Skin

By Micaela Heck

Tell Me More

By Matt Huston

Bound by Laughter

By Abigail Fagan

Babies’ Sixth Sense

By Ellen Airhart