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 Volume 14, Number 10
December 2001 

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Members in the News

John R. Anderson, Carnegie Mellon University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 2, 2001: Land mines in the world of mental maps

Richard C. Atkinson, University of California, The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 26, 2001: The SAT's greatest test

JoAnne Bachorowski, Vanderbilt University, NewsNet5, MSNBC.com, October 19, 2001: Men laugh more than women

David Barlow, Boston University, CNN, October 30, 2001: Anxiety and fear

George Bonanno, Columbia University, USAToday, October 31, 2001: Getting into hurt minds

Gordon H. Bower, Stanford University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 2, 2001: Land mines in the world of mental maps

Carolyn Brodbeck, Chapman University, The Sacramento Bee, November 1, 2001: Fear is taking its toll on lives of America

Kelly Brownell, Yale University, The Associated Press, November 6, 2001: Comfort food

Joan C. Chrisler, Connecticut College, Woman's Day, November 1, 2001: Promoting a positive body image

Stephen Christman, University of Toledo, Scientific American, October 23, 2001: Lefties may possess superior memory for events

Bruce E. Compas, University of Vermont, The New York Times, October 28, 2001: Dealing with anxiety

John Darley, Princeton University, 20/20, October 17, 2001

Frank Farley, Temple University, The Daily Camera, October 9, 2001: To the rescue; The Washington Post, October 24, 2001: A more caring scaring

Baruch Fischhoff, Carnegie Mellon, The Washington Post, October 21, 2001: Fear is here to stay, so let's make the most of it; The New York Times, October 23, 2001: Anthrax offers lessons in how to handle bad news; Intelihealth.com, October 23, 2001: Of anthrax attacks, anthrax and fear; ABCNEWS.com, October 26, 2001: How worried should you be about anthrax?

Tom Gilovich, Cornell University, The Washington Post, October 30, 2001: Preparing for the worst

Tony Grasha, University of Cincinnati, The Washington Post, October 16, 2001: Salvaging electronic last words

Frank Farley, Temple University in Philadelphia, The Daily Camera, September 24, 2001: Terrorists prey on (mostly irrational) fears

Richard Gramzow, Northeastern University, Ms Magazine, August/September 2001: Post abortion stress syndrome

Jeff Greenberg, University of Arizona, The Daily Camera, September 24, 2001: Terrorists prey on (mostly irrational) fears

Douglas Harris, Anacapa Sciences, The New Yorker, October 1, 2001: Online security

William Hirst, New School University, The New York Times, October 27, 2001: A memorial is itself a shaper of memory

Kristine Jacquin, Mississippi State University, The Daily Camera, September 21, 2001: An attempt to start a 'cosmic war'

Pamela Davis-Kean, University of Michigan, Women's World, October 16, 2001: Parental expectations

Kimberly Kirkpatrick, University of York, Associated Press, October 15, 2001: If they try, try again, baboons show hints of abstract thinking; CBS News, October 15, 2001: Baboons smarter than we thought?

Richard E. Kopelman, Baruch College, Working Woman, June 2001: Risky rewards: Employee contests may be demoralizing your workforce

Alan Leshner, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Washington City Paper, October 26, 2001: Magic pill

Scott O. Lilienfeld, Emory University, The Washington Post, October 30, 2001: EMDR

George Loewenstein, Carnegie Mellon, The New York Times, October 23, 2001: Anthrax offers lessons in how to handle bad news

Elizabeth Loftus, University of Washington-Seattle, USAToday, October 31, 2001: Mind makes memories fonder, but false

Brenda Major, University of California-Santa Barbara, Ms Magazine, August/September 2001: Post abortion stress syndrome

Richard J. McNally, Harvard University, The Washington Post, October 30, 2001: EMDR

David G. Myers, Hope College, Chicago Tribune, October 28, 2001: Optimism helps us handle whatever trials come our way

Steven Pinker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 2, 2001: Land mines in the world of mental maps; The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 19, 2001: The gift for gabbing

Mark A. Reinecke, Northwestern University, The Associated Press, November 6, 2001: Supreme court and anthrax anxiety; CNN, November 6, 2002: Supreme Court touched by anthrax vulnerabilities; NPR, October 11, 2001: Fear in America; CBS Sunday Morning, October 14, 2001: America on the edge; Chicago Tribune, October 28, 2001: Coping with fear

Gerald Rosen, private practice, Reuters, October 17, 2001: 'Anthrax anxiety' shatters sense of safety

Nancy Russo, Arizona State University, Ms Magazine, August/September 2001: Post abortion stresss syndrome

Susanne C. Segerstrom, University of Kentucky, Reuters Health, November 6, 2001: Optimists with stress prone to illness

David Sobel, Brown University, The Denver Post, October 28, 2001: Natural remedies for 'ecophobia'

Paul Slovic, Decision Research, Las Vegas Sun, November 5, 2001: UNLV to host public meeting on nuke waste; The Daily Camera, September 24, 2001: Terrorists prey on (mostly irrational) fears; The Washington Post, October 21, 2001: Fear is here to stay, so let's make the most of it

Robert Sternberg, Yale University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 26, 2001: The SAT's greatest test

Robert Stickgold, Harvard Medical School, ABC News, November 5, 2001: Dreams that heal; Newsweek, MSNBC.COM, November 1, 2001: Scientists debate why we dream; The Boston Globe, November 2, 2001: Sleep's value in aiding memory and learning

Endel Tulving, University of Toronto, Rotman Research Institute, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 2, 2001: Land mines in the world of mental maps

Edward Wasserman, University of Iowa, CBS News, October 15, 2001: Baboons smarter than we thought?

Daniel Weiss, University of California-San Francisco, The Sacramento Bee, November 1, 2001: Fear is taking its toll on lives of America

Mark A. Whatley, Valdosta State University, ABC News, November 5, 2001: Gender differences in harrassment definitions



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