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The Parkinson's Doctor Will Video Chat With You Now
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Why US Continued Eugenics Programs Post-Holocaust
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Gene Mutations Offer Clues On The Autistic Brain
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L.A. Works To Get Mental Help For Young Offenders
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For Soldiers With PTSD, A Profound Daily Struggle
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Army Nurse Helps Soldiers Heal From Burn Wounds
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Creator Of Psychopathy Test Worries About Its Use
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Can A Test Really Tell Who's A Psychopath?
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A Psychopath Walks Into A Room. Can You Tell?
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South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford admitted to having an extramarital affair in June 2009. Out of Character quotes his friend Tom Davis as saying, "I never would have expected something like this. This is not in character for Mark Sanford." Davis Turner/Getty Images hide caption

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How Even The Best Of Us Can Act 'Out Of Character'
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Author Explains Why Those With OCD Are Expert Actors
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Janet Ohlsen, pictured here in 2009 after completing a triathalon, has battled depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. After a long search for mental health care, Ohlsen found a psychotherapist with whom she clicked. Courtesy of Janet Ohlsen hide caption

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Shop For A Psychotherapist To Avoid The Lemons
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Studying Schizophrenia, By Giving It To Computers
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