Michelle Miriam Weil, Ph.D.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

President
Human-Ware, LLC

Leading international advisor on assessing and resolving the adverse effects of technology on decision makers, end users and to the media; designing TechnoStress-free products and marketing; promoting successful e-commerce strategies; providing media relations on technology roll-outs; and developing the human-technology interface. Author professional and consumer literature. Keynote presentations and seminars; member, National Speakers Association. (1999 - Present)

Principal and Consultant
Byte Back, LLC

Expert in the psychological impact of technology. Consult with business on the successful introduction of technology and overcoming technological fears; assist in technological selection and training; lecture internationally; video-conferencing; empirical research on technology-related topics including technostress, Y2K, technophobia, technological adoption, and attitudes toward the Information Superhighway; author manuscripts, books and professional journal articles; and provide media interviews for print, radio and television. (Principal 1984 - 1999; Consultant 1999 - Present)

National Spokesperson
MCI Communications

National Spokesperson on three MCI Public Relations campaigns entitled "Overcoming Cyberphobia: Fear of the Information Superhighway," "Cyber Rig USA Tour '95: Hitting the Information Superhighway" and "Rx for Technophobia" with the first two for NetworkMCI (business division) and the third for MCI One (consumer division). Interviewed by television, radio and print media across the United States; video conferences and satellite interviews. (1994 - 1997)

Clinical Director
California State University

U.S. Department of Education Fund For the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) grant entitled "A Model Computerphobia Reduction Program." Developed and directed model program including staff selection, training and supervision; manuscript preparation; conference presentations; and nationwide dissemination of national treatment model. (1985 - 1988)

Clinical Psychologist and Therapist

Work with children, adolescents and adults in a multidisciplinary setting. Assist in a wide range of personal and professional difficulties. Treat stress, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, postpartum depression, disorders of mood and conduct, Internet addiction, TechnoStress, as well as enhancing personal and professional communication skills. (1979 - Present)

Adjunct Professor
Chapman University, Orange, CA

Teach graduate clinical psychology courses and supervision of master's-level psychology interns. (Adjunct Professor: 1985 - Present; Instructor: 1983-1985)

Editor
The Orange County Psychologist

Edit all submissions for the monthly publication of the Orange County Psychological Association and author a monthly column on clinical, research and professional issues. (1993 - 1995)

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology, 1982

M.A. Clinical/Community Psychology, Chapman University, CA, 1979

B.A. Mathematics and Psychology, Magna Cum Laude
Chapman University, CA, 1976

LICENSES

Clinical Psychologist, 1984

Marriage, Family and Child Counselor, 1979

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

International Society for Stress and Anxiety Research
National Speakers Association
American Psychological Association
California Psychological Association
Orange County Psychological Association


PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS: International

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (July 2000). Y2K Panic Around the Globe. Paper to be presented at the Twentieth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Bratislava, Slovak Republic.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (July 1999). TechnoStress in Corporate America. Paper presented at the Nineteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Cracow, Poland.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (July 1999). Y2K Survey Shows Americans Are Concerned About Potential Problems. Paper presented at the Nineteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Cracow, Poland.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (July 1998). TechnoStress. Paper presented at the Eighteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Istanbul, Turkey.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (July 1997). Time (Mis)pperception in the Digital Age. Paper presented at the Seventeenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Dusseldorf, Germany.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (July 1997). The Impact of Technophobia on the Use of Technology by Psychologists. Paper presented at the Seventeenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Dusseldorf, Germany.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (July 1996). Communication Stress in the Technological Age. Paper presented at the Sixteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Graz, Austria.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1995, July 11). Angst on the Information Superhighway. Paper presented at the Fifteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Prague, Czech Republic.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1994, July 15). The Successful Introduction of Technology: An Application of Ten Years of Empirical Research. Paper presented at the Fourteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Madrid, Spain.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1994, July 15). Adult and Teenage Technology Consumers: What Determines Who Uses Technology and Who Does Not? Paper presented at the Fourteenth Annual International Conference of the Society for Stress and Anxiety Research, Madrid, Spain.

Weil, M.M. and Rosen, L.D. (1991, July). Psychological Ramifications of the Technological Revolution from a Global Perspective. Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual International Conference of the Society for Test Anxiety Research, Budapest, Hungary.

Rosen, L.D. and Weil, M.M. (1991, July). Our Public School Teachers: Computer Literate? Possibly. Technophobic? Definitely! Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual International Conference of the Society for Test Anxiety Research, Budapest, Hungary.

Weil, M.M. and Rosen, L.D. (1990, July). Computerphobia Around the Globe. Paper presented at the Eleventh International Conference of the Society For Test Anxiety Research, Berlin, West Germany.

Weil, M.M. (1989, July). The Etiology of Computerphobia. Paper presented at the Tenth International Conference of The Society For Test Anxiety Research, Amsterdam, Holland.

Weil, M.M. (1988, July). Computer Anxiety: Research and Applications. Plenary Session Paper delivered at Ninth International Conference of The Society For Test Anxiety Research, Padua, Italy.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS: United States

Weil, M.M. (2000, February 26). TechnoStress: Surviving Realtime Technology. Keynote address for the Deposition Reporters of America Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA.

Weil, M.M. (1999, September 18). Working in the 24/7 Law Firm. Keynote address at the North American Meeting of TerraLex, Louisville, KY.

Weil, M.M. (1999, April 13). TechnoStress: Coping With Technology @Work @Home @Play. Opening keynote delivered at William Rainey Harper College's Wellness Week, Palatine, IL.

Weil, M.M. (1999, April 13). TechnoSuccess: Making Technology Work for You. Workshop presentation for William Rainey Harper College's Wellness Week, Palatine, IL.

Weil, M.M. (1999, January 27). TechnoStress In The New Millennium. Keynote presentation delivered to CommTech '99: Communications and Technology Expo, Louisville, KY.

Weil, M.M. (1998, December 3). TechnoStress...To What Degree Are You A Victim?. Keynote presentation for the Southern California SL-1 Users Association Meeting, City of Commerce, CA.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1998, May 28). How to Overcome Resistance to Computerization, Train Staff and Implement New Information Systems. Presentation at Revolutionizing Behavioral Health Care: Interfacing Technology With Clinical Practice, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1998, May 29). Diagnosis, Referral Procedures, Billing and Fee Collection: The Merging of Mental Health and Technology. Presentation at Revolutionizing Behavioral Health Care: Interfacing Technology With Clinical Practice, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR.

Weil, M.M. (1998, May 14). Overcoming Business & Personal TechnoStress. Presentation at Rocky Mountain Women's Success Forum, Denver, CO.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1998, May 5). TechnoStress: How Did We Get Here? Keynote presentation at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1998, April 2). Meet The Authors of TechnoStress. Satellite Keynote Presentation for Danbury Public Library, Danbury, CT.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1998, March 26). Online Psychology: The Future is Now. Presentation at the California Psychological Association Convention, Pasadena, CA.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1998, March 5). How to Overcome Resistance and Train Staff to Implement Your New Information System. Presentation at Behavioral Informatics Tomorrow Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Weil, M.M. (1998, March 6). TechnoStress: How Technology Impacts Living in the 90's. Keynote presentation at the Behavioral Informatics Tomorrow Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1997, April 5). Psychology Meets Technology: Strange Bedfellows or the Perfect Partnership? Presentation at the California Psychological Association Convention, San Jose, CA.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1997, April 5). The Psychology of Technology. Presentation at the California Psychological Association Convention, San Jose, CA.

Weil, M.M. (1997, March 15). Overcoming Technological Resistance. Invited address to the American Association of Higher Education Convention, Washington, D.C.

Weil, M.M. (1997, March 6). How to Overcome Resistance, Train Staff and Implement New Information Systems Successfully. Presentation for the Behavioral Informatics Tomorrow Conference, Tampa, FL.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1996, March 23). The Psychology of Technology. California State Psychological Association Convention, San Diego, CA.

Weil, M.M. (1996, March 23). Technological Help for Psychologists: Roundtable Discussion. California Psychological Association Convention, San Diego, CA.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1996, March 7). Training Staff for the Transition to Computerization. Behavioral Informatics Tomorrow, New Orleans, LA.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1996, March 8). How to Train Staff and Implement Computerization Effectively. Behavioral Informatics Tomorrow, New Orleans, LA.

Weil, M.M. (1996, January 20). Understanding the Psychology of the Technological Marketplace. Presentation at networkMCI Conferencing Kickoff Meeting, Phoenix AZ.

Weil, M.M. (1995, May 19). Maintain High Self-Esteem in Your Children ... and Yourself, CH.A.D.D. (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders), Garden Grove, CA.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1995, March 4). Effective Use of Technology: Removing Hidden Individual and Organizational Barriers. Invited workshop at Behavioral Informatics Tomorrow Conference, San Diego, CA.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1995, February 28). Technology, Psychology and Your Future. California Psychological Association Convention, San Diego, CA.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1994, March 12). Merging Psychology and Technology: Psychologists Move into the Technological Era. Paper presented at the California Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Weil, M. M. (1993, October 1). Working With Individual Learning Styles. Teacher, Administrator inservice for Orange County Private School Association, Santa Ana, CA.

Weil, M. M. (1993, April 15). Self Esteem Principles and Their Application. Teacher Inservice at Edgewood Private School, Santa Ana, CA.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1991, December). Technophobia: It Does Affect Everyone, from Students to College Presidents. Invited "Ask The Experts" Session at CAUSE91, Anaheim, CA.

Weil, M.M. (1990, November). Contemporary Hospital Practice Issues. Workshop presentation for the Orange County Psychological Association.

Weil, M.M. (1990, May). Foundations of Hospital Practice. Workshop presentation for the Orange County Psychological Association.

Weil, M.M. (1990, March). The Pros and Cons of Employing a Psychological Assistant, from the Psychologist's Point of View. Paper presented at California State Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Weil, M.M. (1989, November). Lifecycle of a Pregnancy. Talk delivered to the Childbirth Education Association of Orange County.

Weil, M.M. (1988, August). Single Parenting: One of Today's Tough Realities. Talk presented at the Fluor Corporation.

Weil, M.M. (1987, March). The Computerphobia Reduction Program: Year 1. Program Development and Preliminary Results. Paper presented at California State Psychological Association Convention, San Diego, CA.

Weil, M.M. (1986, November). The Computerphobia Reduction Program: Year 1. Program Development and Preliminary Results. Paper presented at Society For Computers in Psychology, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Weil, M.M. (1986, September). Procrastination. Talk delivered at the Fluor Corporation.

Weil, M.M. (1986, May). A Computerphobia Reduction Program. Paper presented at Western Psychological Association Convention, Seattle, WA.

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS, VIDEOTAPES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1998). TechnoStress: Coping With Technology @Work @Home @Play. John Wiley and Sons.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1998). Verflixte Technik!?, mvg Publishers, Germany. German translation of TechnoStress)

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1997). The Mental Health Technology Bible. John Wiley and Sons.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1996). Easing the Transition From Paper to Computer-Based Systems. In T. Trabin (Ed.) , The Computerization of Behavioral Healthcare, Jossey-Bass: San Francisco.

Medcom (1995). [Professional videotape featuring Dr. Michelle Weil]. When Someone You Love Suffers From Depression.

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS: JOURNALS, NEWSPAPERS, AND MAGAZINES:

Weil, M.M. (2000, April). Getting Troubled Teens Connected. FamilyPC, pp 66-67. (invited article).

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1999, May). Preventing Y2K Panic. Psychiatric Times, 16(5), 56-57.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1999, April). Are You Getting Everything That You Want From Your Office Computer? California Psychologist, 32(4), 24-25.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1999, Spring). TechnoProfessionals: Rules for Thriving in the New Millennium. HDSAware!.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1998, Fall). Multitasking Madness. Context Magazine. pp.70-71.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1998). How User Psychology Makes Technology Projects Fail. HDSAware (Hitachi Data Systems Online Journal's Premiere Issue).

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1996). Psychologists and Technology: A look at the future. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 27(6), 635-638.

Weil, M.M. (1996). From the Couch to Cyber-Therapy. The National Psychologist, 5(5), 1B-4B.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1995, Fall). Stalled on the Onramp to the Information Superhighway? Tips for Mental Health Professionals to Merge Online. Treatment Today, 48-49.

Weil, M.M. (1995). Forward to Cyber Source: Cyber-Basics for Business People. networkMCI, Inc.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1995). Adult and Teenage Consumer Users of Technology: Potholes on the Information Superhighway? The Journal of Consumer Affairs, 29(1), 55-84.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1995). Computer Availability, Computer Experience and Technophobia Among Public School Teachers. Computers in Human Behavior, 11(1), 9-31.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1995). Computer Anxiety: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of University Students in 10 Countries. Computers in Human Behavior, 11(1), 45-64.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1995). The Psychological Impact of Technology From a Global Perspective: A study of technological sophistication and technophobia in university students from 23 countries. Computers in Human Behavior, 11(1), 95-133.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1994). Psychology and Technology (Letter to the Editor). APA Monitor, 25(11), 4.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1994). Computer Availability, Computer Experience and Technophobia Among Public School Teachers. Executive Summary of California Education, 2(8), 23-28.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1994). Byte-ing Back: Seven Simple Steps to "Technologize" Your Practice. The National Psychologist, 3(5), 5B-8B.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1994). The Technological Revolution: Psychiatrists Need Technology Now. Psychiatric Times, 11(9), 37-39.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1994). Psychologists Move into the Technological Age. The California Psychologist, 27(4), 21.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1994). The Informatics Window: The "Psychology" of Technology. Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow, 3(3), 37-39.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1994, May). The Technology of Psychology and the Psychology of Technology. The Orange County Psychologist, 9-11.

Rosen, L.D. & Weil, M.M. (1994). The Psychological Impact of Technology. Computers and Society, 24(1), 3-9.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1994, February). Planning for Mental Health Care on the Information Superhighway. The Orange County Psychologist.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1994, January). Tips for the Technologically Timid. The Orange County Psychologist.

Weil, M.M. (1993, November). Cheatham v. Rogers Threatening to Therapists Who Have Had Therapy. The California Psychologist, 26(5), 11.

Weil, M.M. (1993, November). On the Process of Publication. The Orange County Psychologist.

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1993). Psychological Ramifications of the Technological Revolution From a Global Perspective. Monograph No. 2. California State University, Dominguez Hills.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1993, Dec.). What we have learned from a decade of research (1983-1993) on "The psychological impact of technology". CTG News: The Newsletter of the Communications Technology Group.

Rosen, L.D., Sears, D.C., & Weil, M.M. (1993). Treating Technophobia: A Longitudinal Evaluation of the Computerphobia Reduction Program. Computers in Human Behavior, 9, 27-50.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1992). Measuring Technophobia: A Manual for the Administration and Scoring of the Computer Anxiety Rating Scale (Form C), the Computer Thoughts Survey (Form C) and the General Attitudes Toward Computers Scale (Form C).

Weil, M.M., & Rosen, L.D. (1991). Psychological Ramifications of the Technological Revolution From a Global Perspective. California State University, Dominguez Hills.

Weil, M.M., Rosen, L.D. & Wugalter, S. (1990). The etiology of computerphobia. Computers in Human Behavior, 6, 361-379.

Rosen, L.D., & Weil, M.M. (1990). Computers, classroom instruction, and the computerphobic university student. Collegiate Microcomputer, 8, 275-283.

Weil, M.M. & Rosen, L.D. (1990, Spring-Summer). Trust your instincts. SEE What's Happening, pp. 7-11.

Rosen, L.D., Sears, D.C. & Weil, M.M. (1989). The Model Computerphobia Reduction Program: A Longitudinal Evaluation. California State University, Dominguez Hills, Carson, CA (ERIC Document Reproduction Services No. ED 318 467).

Weil, M.M., Rosen, L.D., & Shaw, S. (1988). Computerphobia Reduction Program: Clinical Resource Manual. California State University, Dominguez Hills, Carson, CA (ERIC Document Reproduction Services No. ED 318 466).

Weil, M.M. (1988, December). Computerphobia In Our Midst. Invited article, The Orange County Psychologist, pp. 5-6.

Rosen, L.D., Sears, D.C. & Weil, M.M. (1987). Computerphobia. Behavior Research Methods, Instrumentation, & Computers, 19(2), 167-179.

Weil, M.M., Rosen, L.D. & Sears, D.C. (1987). The Computerphobia Reduction Program: Year 1. Program development and preliminary results. Behavior Research Methods, Instrumentation, & Computers, 19(2), 180-184.

Rosen, L.D., Weil, M.M. & Sears, D.C. (1987). Computerphobia. MicroPsych Network, 3(2), 26-28.

Rosen, L.D., Sears, D.C., & Weil, M.M. (1987, August). Computerphobia Measurement. A manual for the administration and scoring of three instruments: Computer Anxiety Rating Scale (CARS), Attitudes Toward Computers Scale (ATCS) and Computer Thoughts Survey (CTS). (Monograph No. 1). California State University, Dominguez Hills, Computerphobia Reduction Program.

Weil, M.M., Rosen, L.D. & Sears, D.C. (1986, October). Computerphobia. American Psychological Association Monitor, p. 2.

MEDIA INTERVIEWS: Television

Good Morning America CNN-Financial News "Digital Jam"
NBC Nightly News 48 Hours
CNN - Business Day (Syndicated) Working Woman
Fox News Channel "Fox on Technology" Fox News Channel "Fox on Trends"
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WTVF (CBS) Nashville, TN KWHY - Channel 22, Los Angeles
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MEDIA INTERVIEWS: Video Conferencing

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MEDIA INTERVIEWS: Radio

KABC "Michael Jackson Show" L.A., CA KFI-AM "Jeff Levy On Computers" L.A., CA
KPPC-FM "Larry Mantle", L.A., CA Bloomberg Business News (syndicated)
KSAN-FM San Francisco, CA Sonny Block Show (syndicated)
WMAL - "The Bob Levey Show" Wash., D.C. Business Day (syndicated)
KQED-FM NPR San Francisco, CA CNBC Radio (syndicated)
KFWB Los Angeles, CA Voice of America
WFTL "Joyce Kaufman Show", Miami, FL WNYC "On the Line with Brian Lehrer", NY
CBS Radio Network "Osgood File" Westwood One "The Source Report"
Hot Wired "Hot Seat with John McChesney" ABC Radio Network Live w/ Gina Smith
"Working Mom on the Run" (syndicated) Wall Street Journal Radio Network
NBC Radio Network "Something You Should Know" (syndicated)
KQED--FM (NPR) "TechNation with Moira Gunn" KCBS-AM San Francisco, CA
KGO-AM "Dr. Dean Edell's Healthtalk"(syn) KALW - John Dvorak "Softalk/Hardtalk"San Francisco, CA
KZLA Los Angeles, CA KPFK-FM "Digital Village" Los Angeles, CA
CNN Radio "Future Watch" KPSI, Palm Springs, CA
KABC-AM "The Peter Tilden Show" - L.A. KNX-AM Los Angeles, CA
KNUS Denver, CO WSHA-FM North Carolina
KPZE Los Angeles, CA CJOR Vancouver, B.C. Canada
CFCF Montreal, Canada WDWS Champaign, IL
KNZS Monterey, CA WTAC Flint, MI
KVEN Ventura, CA CKNW Vancouver, B.C.
"The Royal Reporter" syndicated in Canada "Talk Radio Countdown" (syn) Wash, DC
WCBS-AM New York WJNO Miami/West Palm Beach, FL
KRLA/KLSX Los Angeles, CA KCRL-FM Salt Lake City
KSL "Doug Wright Show" Salt Lake City, UT WCBS-AM "Boot Camp with Fred Fishkin" (syndicated)
KAVC Lancaster, CA Computers & Things (syndicated)
KGO-AM San Francisco, CA KYW-AM Philadelphia, PA
KOMO-AM Seattle, WA WHBY-AM Green Bay, WI
KILT/KIKK-AM/FM Houston, TX WTOP-AM Washington, DC
KYW-AM News Philadelphia, PA KDKA Pittsburgh, PA
KPSI-FM Palm Springs, CA WSN "Matt Crosby Show" Sioux Falls, SD
WKYU-FM Bowling Green, KY WHYY "RadioTimes" Philadelphia, PA

PRINT INTERVIEWS: Print interviews on technology, parenting, pregnancy, postpartum depression, marriage, anxiety, depression and general psychological issues.

Magazines:

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Working at Home New Choices The Futurist
Reader's Digest On the Internet Context
Home Office Computing Self Inside Technology Training
Frequent Flyer OC Metro Orange Coast Magazine
L.A. Times Magazine Money Digital Age
Success Southern California Business Parenting Insight
Technique Costco Connection JD Journal
Credit Union Management Information Week Wireless Week
Health Management Technologies Practice Strategies Business Start-Ups
American Management Association Magazine Training and Development American Psychological Association Monitor on Psychology
 

INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINES

 
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Inside Internet (Belgium) Shift Magazine (Switzerland)  

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