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November 2001

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Psychological Scientists in the Private Sector

Craig Anderson, Iowa State University, The Des Moines Register, September 19, 2001: Violent video games said to affect behavior

Jo-Anne Bachorowski, Vanderbilt University, CNN, October 7, 2001: Research into laughter is serious business; Reuters Science, October 7, 2001: Research into laughter is serious business

Jonathan F. Bassett, Georgia State University, The Washington Post, September 16, 2001: Eye color and alcohol abuse

George Bonanno, Columbia University, CBS Health Watch, Sept. 20, 2001: Will revenge make us feel better?; USA Today, September 27, 2001: Getting into hurt minds: Whenever disaster strikes; The New York Times, September 30, 2001: For haunted survivors, the towers fall again and again; Business Week, October 1, 2001: How to cope in the wake of disaster

Kelly Brownell, Yale University, The Washington Post, September 25, 2001: Back to basics

Mary Carskadon, Brown University, The Washington Post, September 25, 2001: Back to basics

James M. Dabbs, Jr., Georgia State University, The Washington Post, September 16, 2001: Eye color and alcohol abuse

G. William Domhoff, University of California, Santa Cruz, The New York Times, September 6, 2001: Follow that dream

Frank Farley, Temple University, ABCNews.com, September 19, 2001: NY volunteers search for a way to help; Washington Times, October 3, 2001: Heroes make a comeback

Edna Foa, University of Pennsylvania, The New York Times, September 16, 2001: Some therapists caution that trauma services could backfire

Daniel Gilbert, Harvard University, The New York Times, October 2, 2001: Rational and irrational fears combine in terrorism's wake

Anthony Greenwald, University of Washington, Seattle Times, October 10, 2001: Judging others by their covers

Jonathan Haidt, University of Virginia, Seattle Times, September 14, 2001: 'Gut feelings' rule moral decisions

Robert A. Hicks, State University, USA Today, October 11, 2001: Nightmarish events may haunt your sleep

James Jackson, University of Michigan, USA Today, October 11, 2001: Proud to be American, even with the jitters

Leonard Jason, DePaul University, Chicago Daily Herald, October 1, 2001: In war against terrorism, fight is also against fear itself

Nadine Kaslow, Emory University, Health Scout News, October 14, 2001: The young and the anxious

Terence M. Keane, Boston University, The Washington Post, October 13, 2001: Terror scares and hoaxes keep public on edge

Markus Kemmelmeier, University of Nevada, Arizona Daily Star, September 13, 2001: In national crisis, Americans turn to flag for solace

Kimberly Kirkpatrick, University of York in England, AP Science, October 14, 2001: Baboons show hints of abstract thought; The Baltimore Sun, October 15, 2001: Baboons in lab tests show signs of abstract thinking; The Washington Post, October 15, 2001: Baboons demonstrate ability to learn complex mental task; The Boston Globe, October 15, 2001: Baboons show traits of human intelligence

Richard McNally, Harvard University, The New York Times, September 16, 2001: Some therapists caution that trauma services could backfire; Health Scout News, October 12, 2001: Can't concentrate?

Clifford Nass, Stanford University, Health Scout News, October 12, 2001: A voice that's a little bit you

Michael Owren, Cornell University, CNN, October 7, 2001: Research into laughter is serious business; Reuters Science, October 7, 2001: Research into laughter is serious business

Denise Park, University of Michigan, The Seattle Times, September 9, 2001: News about health and medicine

Richard F. Rakos, Cleveland State University, The New York Times, June 30, 2001: Judicial reasoning is all too human

Gerald Rosen, private practice in Seattle, The New York Times, September 16, 2001: Some therapists caution that trauma services could backfire; The Seattle Times, September 22, 2001: Anxiety, stress common after tragedy

J. Philippe Rushton, University of Western Ontario, The Richmond Times-Dispatch, September 24, 2001: Altruism following World Trade Center bombing

Roxane Cohen Silver, University of California-Irvine, USA Today, September 25, 2001: Rediscovering what matters

Richard P. Sloan, Columbia University, Health Scout News, October 3, 2001: Religion can be good medicine, survey finds

Stephanie Teasley, University of Michigan, The New York Times, July 5, 2001: Inside the virtual laboratory, ideas percolate faster than rivalries

Joel Thompson, Franklin & Marshall College, AP Science, October 14, 2001: Baboons show hints of abstract thought; The Washington Post, October 15, 2001: Baboons demonstrate ability to learn complex mental task; The Baltimore Sun, October 15, 2001: Baboons in lab tests show signs of abstract thinking; The Boston Globe, October 15, 2001: Baboons show traits of human intelligence

Edward A. Wasserman, University of Iowa, AP Science, October 14, 2001: Baboons show hints of abstract thought; The Washington Post, October 15, 2001: Baboons demonstrate ability to learn complex mental task; The Baltimore Sun, October 15, 2001: Baboons in lab tests show signs of abstract thinking; The Boston Globe, October 15, 2001: Baboons show traits of human intelligence

Michael Young, University of Iowa, AP Science, October 14, 2001: Baboons show hints of abstract thought; The Washington Post, October 15, 2001: Baboons demonstrate ability to learn complex mental task; The Baltimore Sun, October 15, 2001: Baboons in lab tests show signs of abstract thinking; The Boston Globe, October 15, 2001: Baboons show traits of human intelligence

Philip Zimbardo, Stanford University, Reuters Finance, September 25, 2001: Plugged In: web-based therapists await chance to help; Reuters Technology, October 1, 2001: Web-based therapists await chance to help


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