Psychology Today Vol 46 No 2

PERSONALITY ECCENTRIC’S CORNER
[P28] Meet Kathryn McCamant, who’s redesigning the modern neighborhood.
WHAT IT’S LIKE [P30]
A comedian strips to make rent.

RELATIONSHIPS
TWO-MINUTE MEMOIR [P32] When Asperger’s runs in the family-for generations.
UNCONVENTIONAL WISDOM [P37J How does a man approach a younger man who may be his son?

HEALTH
SEX [P39J Why men love the color red.
OUTSIDE IN [P40] Can we slow down the rush of time?

FOOD CHAIN
NATURE’S BOUNTY [P42] Say hello to the new rock stars-chefs. Science helps fuel their creativity.

POV
RANT [P47J Academic cheat­ ing in the age of social media.

BLOGGER COLUMN [P50]
How the weakest cog in the workforce saps everybody’s performance.

ARTICLES
[P52] Louder Than Words
Touch is a language of its own, and even tiny gestures have the power to enhance interactions and bond people more closely. What we touch affects how we think, often in imperceptible ways.*
[BYRICK CHILLOT]

[P62] Smooth Encounters
From giving praise or criticism to knowing how to complain or apologize, everyday life presents myriad moments we could all handle better
[BY MARY LOFTUS]

[P70] The You in Me
Cells from ourmothers, children, and siblings can persist in our bodies for decades. But what exactly are thesegenetic interlopers doing inside us?
[BY SAM KEAN]

[P78] The Against-All-Odds Club Shark attacks and lightning strikes are vanishingly rare. What becomes of the survivors of such one-in­ a-million events?*
[BY BROOKE LEA FOSTER]

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