On the Record
"It's led to anxiety levels I have not seen in 20 years."
Richard A. Chaifetz, PsyD, CEO of ComPsych Corp., the world's largest provider
of employee-assistance programs, discussing people's reactions to the rocky economy.
Chicago Tribune, Sept. 22
"Materialism isn't bad. It's only bad if we use it to replace other things in life, like meaningful work, a good marriage, kids and friends. People are recognizing that those who make money more important than love have lower levels of life satisfaction."
Ed Diener, PhD, University of Illinois
Los Angeles Times, Sept. 8
"Erectile dysfunction drugs are marketed to suggest that older men will get back the kinds of erections they had in their 20s," and that's simply not the case.
Barry McCarthy, PhD, American University
U.S. News and World Report, Sept. 4
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