Some boys may be labeled incorrectly with the condition, but undertreatment may be the bigger problem
The breakup may be painful, but most kids adjust well over time
The sharp sword of narcissism can cut both ways
Researchers have found ways to lessen age-related forgetfulness
Certain core benefits cut across methods, but some differences in effectiveness remain
Psychiatrists may be pinning this label on too many children, but the problem has not gone away
Revisiting the role of trauma in PTSD
Marijuana use can be problematic but only rarely leads to addiction
People are not always devastated by a death and should be allowed to recover in their own ways
True sufferers are often troubled—and yet time and treatment can often improve their lives
Although many therapists think it is possible, research raises doubts
Severe mental illness alone is not generally enough to cause violent behavior
Research suggests limits to looking on the sunny side of life
For some heavy drinkers, the answer is a tentative yes
The insanity defense, rarely used, is widely misunderstood
Why Dr. Phil and Dr. Laura won't solve your problems
How destructive is Internet porn?
Men are more dangerous, but women can be just as aggressive
A diagnosis of schizophrenia is not always grounds for despair
Eyewitness testimony is fickle and, all too often, shockingly inaccurate
Are non-Western conditions truly distinct from those in the U.S. and Europe?
Researchers point to external causes of--and fixes for--the obesity pandemic
If you have the idea that every patient curses unpredictably, think again
Often played for laughs, road rage is a real phenomenon with serious consequences for driver safety and society
Does a full moon really trigger strange behavior?
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