Marilyn S. Albert, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, The Washington Post, May 8, 2001: Memory lapse - or alzheimer's?
Craig A. Anderson, Iowa State University, Reuters Health, July 17, 2001: Studies link video games to aggressive behavior
Daniel Batson, University of Kansas, The Washington Post, June 17, 2001: Looking for religion and finding controversy
Daniel Birch, National Institute on Aging, HealthScoutNews, July 7, 2001: Aging brightly
Alan S. Brown, Southern Methodist University, The Washington Post, August 7, 2001: Memory master; The Washington Post, August 7, 2001: Repeat after me: memory takes practice
Elizabeth D. Capaldi, University at Buffalo, HealthNewsDigest, July 25, 2001: Children love to eat broccoli?
Tanya Chartrand, Ohio State University, HealthScoutNews, July 6, 2001: Blue mood a mystery; Reuters Health, July 9, 2001: Subconscious failures may explain some bad moods
Joan C. Chrisler, Connecticut College, First for Women, July 16, 2001: Why women are insecure about their bodies
Ellen Cohn, University of New Hampshire, MSNBC, July 3, 2001: Study says unwanted sex declines at UNH
Ed Diener, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Science, July 6, 2001: Secrets of happiness
Claire B. Ernhart, Case Western Reserve University, Science, July 20, 2001: Effects of lead exposure
Frank Farley, Temple University, The Washington Post, August 4, 2001: Prozac's reign ends but legacy endures
John Gabrieli, Stanford University, Newsweek, April 23, 2001: Are we getting smarter?
Ted L. Huston, University of Texas at Austin, Reuters Health, August 1, 2001: Marriage's strength depends on its beginning
Leonard Jason, DePaul University, HealthScoutNews, July 14, 2001: Polio chronic fatigue link explored
Daniel Kahneman, Princeton University, Business Week, May 31, 2001: You bet gambling is addictive
Edward S. Katkin, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Reuters Health, July 18, 2001: 'Gut feeling' may be connected to past experience
Robert Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University, The New York Times, July 27, 2001: Professor who once found isolation online has a change of heart
Alan I. Leshner, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Business Week, May 31, 2001: You bet gambling is addictive
Linda J. Levine, University of California, Irvine, Newsweek, July 16, 2001; Bias in memory for emotions
Robert Lieberman, Brown University in Providence, Science, July 29, 2001: Walk before you talk
Elizabeth Loftus, University of Washington, HealthScoutNews, July 10, 2001: Culture shapes childhood memories
John Mueller, University of Calgary, Reuters Health, August 1, 2001; Odors best at evoking emotionally charged memories
Hector F. Meyers, University of California, Los Angeles, LA Times, July 27, 2001: A new front on the war on silent killers
Ulrich Neisser, Cornell University, Newsweek, April 23, 2001: Are we getting smarter?
William E. Pelham, University at Buffalo, HealthNewsDigest, July 25, 2001: ADHD drug as effective as thrice daily doses
Kenneth Perkins, University of Pittsburgh Medical School, ABC, July 6, 2001: Women's unique smoking cessation needs
Anne Petersen, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Science, July 20, 2001: NSF names educational head
Scott Plous, Wesleyan University, Science, July 27, 2001: Reliability of protocol reviews for animal research; The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 10, 2001: Study questions work of boards to oversee animal research
Robert Provine, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Science, July 29, 2001: Walk before you talk
Daniel L. Schacter, Harvard University, ABC World News Tonight, August 7, 2001: Misattribution in memory; The Washington Post, August 7, 2001: Repeat after me: memory takes practice; Newsweek, July 16, 2001: Memory's mind games; Scientific American, August 2001: The editors recommend: The seven sins of memory: how the mind forgets and remembers
Richard M. Schiffrin, Indiana University at Bloomington, The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 10, 2001: Scienists fear the NSF is next site of earmarks
George J. Spilich, Washington College, The Washington Post, August 7, 2001: Repeat after me: memory takes practice
Robert Sternberg, Yale University, Newsweek, April 23, 2001: Are we getting smarter?
David Wetter, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, ABC, July 6, 2001: Women's unique smoking cessation needs