Michael Lacewing (Heythrop): Could Psychoanalysis Be a Science? From the latest issue of Interpersona, Victor Karandashev (Aquinas), Megan Benton (MSU), Candace Edwards (GVSU), and Vanessa Wolters (Roosevelt): Development of Attachment in Romantic Relationship of Young Adults with Different Love Styles; Felix Neto (Porto): Compassionate Love for a Romantic Partner, Love Styles and Subjective Well-Being; and Billy Kidd and Magy Martin (Walden) and Don Martin (Youngstown State): A Qualitative Study of the Role of Friendship in Late Adolescent and Young Adult Heterosexual Romantic Relationships. Daniel Amen is the most popular psychiatrist in America; to most researchers and scientists, that’s a very bad thing. The 90-year divide: Nearly a century ago, rival approaches to psychiatry fractured the profession — the grand argument is far from over. Liam Hennessy reviews What is Madness? by Darian Leader. Beyond the brain: In the 1990s, scientists declared that schizophrenia and other psychiatric illnesses were pure brain disorders that would eventually yield to drugs; now they are recognizing that social factors are among the causes, and must be part of the cure. Psychology today: What should Christians make of neuroscience?