Psychology Today (1-year auto-renewal)
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- Format:Magazine Subscription, Print
- Language:English (Published)
- Subscription Length:1220000 Months
- Issues Per Year:6
- Type:Consumer magazine
- Subscription Issues:6
This magazine takes information from the latest research in the field of psychology and makes it useful to people in their everyday lives. Its coverage encompasses self-improvement, relationships, the mind-body connection, health, family, the workplace and culture.
Psychology Today Magazine is the leading publication for those interested in the psychological aspects of the human brain and body. Designed for laypeople, each issue offers down to earth articles written for those without a psychology degree. The articles come across as more fun and less dry than those found in magazines and journals written for professionals.
Every issue of Psychology Today Magazine includes a Bookshelf section, which features a reporter examining a psychology book in a helpful manner. The review covers the positive aspects of the book as well as reasons why you should pick up a copy. Each issue also includes a section on important and breaking news in the world of psychology, including new theories proposed by doctors. Readers will also find articles written by people who lived through traumatic events and how their emotional reactions helped them survive those events, such as a couple who survived getting lost in the desert.
Psychology Today Magazine covers a number of topics such as personality and sexuality. One issue might examine why men choose women who look a certain way, while the next issue focuses on how recent studies found that people choose mates who physically and emotionally resemble their parents. Many of the articles and features focus on the workplace and why people react differently to various situations on the job or what you can do to reduce workplace stress.
A subscription to Psychology Today Magazine provides you with a look at human development and how the brain functions in an easy-to-read format.
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