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Waxman, S. (2004). When heroes go bad: The codependence of Mike Tyson and the press. Columbia Journalism Review, March/April, 61-2.
Waxman, S. (2003). Mind over media: How the news legitimized the paranormal and why it matters. Skeptic, 10(2), 82-4.
Waxman, S. (May, 2003). The Twins Thing: Coors beer ads have created a fantasy scenario with an incestuous twist. Salon.
Waxman, S. (2003). She was a teenage martyr: The life and death of Cassie Bernall. Free Inquiry, 23(2), 38-40.
Waxman, S. (June, 2002). Shooting crap: Alleged psychic John Edward actually gambles on hope and basic laws of statistics. Salon.
Rosen, J.C., Jones, A., Ramirez, E., & Waxman, S. (1996). Body Shape Questionnaire: Studies of validity and reliability. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 20(3), 315-9.
*Some articles published under former last name, Waxman