Toronto–Until psychology gets over its fascination with disciplinary navel lint, the profession will continue to fail in its primary mission, says a leading figure for 40 years in the American Psychological Association (APA). Ron Fox, Ph.D., a former APA president, called psychology’s failure to develop into a strong, relevant and robust profession “one of the […]Continue Reading ...
Toronto–New York City police weren’t the only ones putting in long days following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center two years ago. The police department’s psychologists also put in long shifts, including 20 hours the first day, two psychologists told a workshop at the 111th annual convention of the American Psychological Association. Arthur […]Continue Reading ...
We’ve come a long way since the mid-1990’s when the Internet seemed to offer virtually unlimited potential. Internet companies sprouted up overnight to offer a new way for professionals to access all sorts of goods and services. Nowadays, few large Internet companies remain. Hundreds have folded, and nearly all non-Internet businesses have completely revamped their […]Continue Reading ...
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