Issue Four: The Psychology of Political Behavior–Touching the Third Rail
In the field of professional psychology—and more generally in the discipline of psychology—there are several “third rails.” These are areas …
Issue Three: Collaborative Innovation and the Synergy Between Intention and Flow
This Issue of Collaborative Innovation was inspired when I asked brilliant Glass Artist Michael Smith, to talk about what was …
Issue Two: Innovative Collaboration and The Future of Democracy: Authoritarianism or Freedom
Once again, we have a number of fine articles from extraordinary men and women, and for this I am grateful. …
Issue Three: Psychological Perspectives on Israel During the COVID Pandemic
This issue was composed in the middle of 2020 during the second huge wave of the Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Israel. These months were experienced as an existential crisis.
Issue Two: Clinical Psychology in Singapore
In this second issue we offer the first in a series of issues focusing on the perspectives and practices of professional psychologists providing services in a specific country or region–in this case the highly influential country of Singapore.
A Living Journal: The Future of Professional Psychology
Editorial Vision of The Future of Professional Psychology (Digital Journal in The Library of Professional Psychology) The Static …
Issue One: Professional Psychology and the COVID-19 Crisis
Professional psychology’s future might be as much in the domain of physical health as it is in the business of mental health.
At the Edge of Knowledge: The Future of Professional Psychology
Welcome to The Edge of Knowledge: The Future of Professional Psychology. This is a “living” digital journal that is concerned …
Collaborative Innovation: A Journal
We are Thought Leaders studying and managing interaction and collaboration of multiple partners to deliver new solutions and new futures …
Issue One: Collaborative Innovation–The Most Important Questions for Our Time
In this first Journal issue, I’m especially interested in addressing Buckminster Fuller’s question from which he created his extraordinary inventive technical and social inventions and projects.