Print Media

Corbyn, Z. (2013, June 3). Psychedelic academe. Chronicle of Higher Education.

Voosen, P. (2013, May 28). Bending the curve on a long war’s mental toll. Chronicle of Higher Education.

Reuell, P. (2013, May 10). Mourning that vexes the future. Harvard Gazette.

Reuell, P. (2012, August 19). A story that doesn’t hold up: Research casts doubt on key aspect of dissociation identity disorder. Harvard Gazette.

Reuell, P. (2012, May 31). Signs of progress against PTSD. Harvard Gazette.

Reuell, P. (2012, March 13). A therapist at your fingertips. Harvard Gazette.

McCann, A. T.  (2012, March 3). Smartphone shrink: 5 apps to help your mental health. Popular Mechanics.

Carey, B. (2012, February 13). Feeling anxious?  Soon there will be an app for that. New York Times.

Bartlett, T. (2011, October 30). Soldiers of optimism: Is new Army psychology program simply a shot in the dark? Chronicle of Higher Education. Neyfakh, L. (2011, September 11). 9/11: What else it taught us.  Boston Globe.

Carey, B. (2011, July 28).  Sept 11 revealed psychology’s limits, review finds. New York Times.

[Gee, A.]. (2011, March 3). Therapist-free therapy: Cognitive-bias Modification may put the psychiatrist’s couch out of business. The Economist.

Carey, B. (2010, May 16). US troops suffer more stress than Britons, study says. New York Times.

Carey, B. (2009, December 9). Study suggests methods and timing to treat fears. New York Times.

Healy, P. (2009, November 12). The anguish of war for today’s soldiers, explored by Sophocles. New York Times.

Goode, E. (2009, November 8). When soldiers snap. New York Times.

McHugh, P. (2008, June 28). Five best: Paul McHugh on books about the factions and follies of psychiatry. Wall Street Journal.

Maugh, T. H. II. (2007, November 14). Iraq war veterans often delay mental reactions. Los Angeles Times.

Vedantam, S. (2007, October 19). Most PTSD treatments not proven effective. Washington Post.

Phelps, C. (2007, October 18). Father of history. The Nation.

Vedantam, S. (2007, February 26). Was repressed memory a 19th-century creation? Washington Post.

Carey, B. (2007, February 3). A study of memory looks at fact and fiction. New York Times.

Cromie, W. J. (2006, October 12-18). Not unusual to forget childhood sexual abuse. Harvard Gazette.

Carey, B. (2006, August 17). Fewer cases of stress seen in Vietnam vets. New York Times.

Maag, C. (2006, June 6). Weeks after accident, a twist of fate. New York Times.

Carey, B. (2006, March 6).  Iraq veterans using clinics to assist mental health. New York Times.

Spiegel, A. (2006, February 14).  More and more, favored psychotherapy lets bygones be bygones.

Wilson, T. D. (2005, December 29). Don’t think twice, it’s all right. New York Times.

Vedantam, S. (2005, December 27). A political debate on stress disorder; as claims rise, VA takes stock. Washington Post.

Cromie, W. J. (2005, September 22). Alien abduction claims explained. Harvard Gazette.

Carey, B. (2005, August 9). Explaining those vivid memories of Martian kidnappers.  New York Times.

Roemer, J. (2005, June 23). Court agrees to hear case on Memory Wars. Los Angeles Daily Journal.

Rauch, J. (2005, March 12). If Paul Shanley is a monster, the state didn’t prove it. National Journal.

Bower, B. (2005, July 9). Night of the crusher: The waking nightmare of sleep paralysis propels people into a spirit world. ScienceNews.

Carey, B. (2004, October 10). Can prayers heal?  Critics say that studies go beyond science’s reach. New York Times.

Neimark, J. (2004, August 2).  Are recovered memories real? Discover Magazine.

Goode, E. (2004, March 9). Defying psychiatric wisdom, these skeptics say “prove it.” New York Times.

Neimark, J. (2004, March 4). How true is false? Science & Spirit Magazine.

Barry, E. (October 27, 2003).  Trauma debriefing is challenged: Critics say it could slow healing. Boston Globe.

Lee, F. R. (2003, September 6). Is trauma being trivialized? New York Times.

Grierson, B. (2003, July 27). A bad trip down memory lane. New York  Times Magazine.

Lyons, D. (2003, June 9). Sex, God, and greed. Forbes.

Lyons, D. (2009, June 9). Battle of the shrinks. Forbes.

Raff, J. B. (2003, February 20).  Harvard study explores “false memories,” New York Times.

Costello, D. (2001, December 28). Coming year will test how Americans have changed. Wall Street Journal.

Goode, E. (2001, November 20). Treatment can ease trauma of Sept. 11. New York Times.

Mehegan, D. (2001, September 27). Terrorists deliver everything about the fear.  Boston Globe.

Goode, E. (2001, September 16). After the attacks: Counseling; some therapists fear services could backfire. New York Times.

Villarosa, L. (2001, September 14). After the attacks: Counseling; Need for emotional counseling is expected to rise. New York  Times.

Foreman, J. (1998, September 14). New therapy for trauma is doubted.  Boston Globe.