Psychology Today Magazine
September 2007

Mind Reading

Mind Reading

By Annie Murphy Paul

We're all street-corner psychics.
Munchausen: Unusual Suspects

Munchausen: Unusual Suspects

By Pamela Weintraub

A controversial syndrome and a growing number of women stand accused.
A Man's Shelf Life

A Man's Shelf Life

By Mark Teich

Slowing the biological clock—for men.
When to Choose Is to Lose

When to Choose Is to Lose

By Nando Pelusi Ph.D.

How to avoid the decision blues.

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