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Stories by Marion Sonnenmoser

Upstaging Stage Fright

Anxiety can ruin your performance in a play, business meeting or exam, but exercises can help

February 1, 2006 — Marion Sonnenmoser
Experience versus Speed

Experience versus Speed

Certain mental functions slow down with age, but the brain compensates in ways that can keep seniors just as sharp as youngsters

May 18, 2005 — Marion Sonnenmoser

Friend or Foe?

How we instantly size up people has little to do with logic and a lot to do with looks

April 1, 2005 — Marion Sonnenmoser

Taming Compulsion

For people trapped in obsessive-compulsive thoughts and rituals, therapy and medication may offer the best way out

December 1, 2004 — Marion Sonnenmoser

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