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Asst. Director Dr. Adam Fried Takes Over as Ethics Editor for Clinical Psychology Publication

Fordham University Center for Ethics Education Assistant Director Dr. Adam Fried is the new editor of the ethics column of The Clinical Psychologist, a publication of the American Psychological Association (APA). 179 more words

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By Paul M. Lewis

In case you may be unfamiliar with the term, a Luddite is someone who is resistant to new technology, a definition that could all too well be applied to me over the years, especially when it comes to the latest forms of electronic communication. 1,308 more words


Be careful with electronic communications

Electronic communication has taken over the way we communicate.  People communicate electronically through e-mail and text messages.  Social media is another way in which individuals communicate.   302 more words


The Lost Art of the RSVP

Going to vent here today. I’m convinced that the RSVP is becoming a lost art–to the professional and personal detriment of us all.

First, a little French to start your day: RSVP is the acronym for the French term, … 737 more words


White House Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights provokes debate

In February 2015, the White House proposed a draft “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights” that the Obama administration believes will provide a baseline of clear protections for consumers, as well as greater certainty for companies who currently have to navigate a patchwork of state privacy laws across the country. 316 more words

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Can a rallying cry of “democracy and freedom” unite a group of disparate nations into a force against the recruitment of terrorists? In today’s world such a cry connotes a political agenda. 289 more words

How to Respond Efficiently to Emails/Texts

By: S.C. Ali


Have you ever sent an email or a text message only to not have the person respond? What does that say about the individual? 758 more words