I have been writing a technology column for The National Psychologist since 1995 and have written more than 65 articles. In recent years I have taken a semi-hiatus and have only written about one or so a year.
July-August 2012, To Sleep … Perchance to Reset Your Brain
March-April 2011, Are Social Neworks Really Social?
March-April 2009, Are Children in Danger Online?
September-October 2008, Review of ADHD Software Packages: Computerized ADHD Assessment Revisited
March – April 2008, A “Net Generation” Q&A
January – February 2008, Software Recommendations for the Practitioner
November – December 2007, Computer Hardware Recommendations for the Mental Health Practitioner
September – October 2007, “email is sooooo ystrdy. LOL. myspace txt or im me.”
July – August 2007, Cyberspace for Psychologists: Parenting the MySpace Generation
January-February 2007, Why Do We Trust Our Peers More Than “Experts”?
September-October 2006, Our Disposable Society … and Other Musings on Internet Life
July-August 2006, MySpace or Yours?
March-April 2006, Can You Hear Me Now?
November-December 2005, Online Therapy: A Book Review
September-October 2005, Managing Your Computer Mess
July -August 2005, Bits and Pieces
May-June 2005, Finding Health Information on the Internet
(My 50th Column)
January-February 2005, Updating Technology for 2005
November-December 2004, Bad Guys Just Keep Coming
July-August 2004, Listening to Your Questions (privacy, spam and web development)
May-June 2004, Tracking the Elusive E-Mail
March-April 2004, Understanding the Technological Generation Gap
January-February 2004, Help! I’m Drowning in Information!
November-December 2003, Looking for the Perfect Match
September-October 2003, Essential Tools for the Wired Professional
March-April 2003, It’s Time For Spring Cleaning
September-October 2002, Privacy: A Casualty of the Information Age
July-August 2002, Simplifying Life on the Web
January-February 2002, Everything the you Haven’t Wanted — but Need to Know — about Viruses
November/December 2001, Practice Safe Computing
July-August 2001, Living A TechnoStress Nightmare
March-April 2001, Computerized ADHD Screening
January-February 2001, Offering Some Tid-Bytes to the Readers
November-December 2000, Despite Billions, Y2K May Have Been Worth the Effort
September-October 2000, Taking a Second Look at Practice Management Software
July-August 2000, Keeping the Net Generation (and their parents) Safe
March-April 2000, Our Man in Cyberspace is Impressed with New Hardware/Software
January-February 2000, Buying a New PC is a Good Bet for Spring 2000
November-December 1999, As Century Ends, Rosen Gazes into Technology Crystal Ball
September-October 1999, There is Hardly an Item that can’t be Bought on the Web
May-June 1999, Our Inveterate Cyberspace Pundit Tells All
March-April 1999, Children Becoming Lost in (Cyber)space
January-February 1999, Therapists, too, Should Prepare for Y2K Problem
November-December 1998, How Will the Internet Affect Your Clients?
September-October 1998, Finding Your Port(al) in a Storm
July-August 1998, ‘Chatting’ the Night Away
May-June 1998, Upgrading, Service, Downloading and Hot Sites and Software
March-April 1998, 10 Steps to Design Your Own Web Site
January-February 1998, Care in Establishing Your Online Identity
November-December 1997, Upgrading Your Computer
September-October 1997, A Review of Speech Recognition Software
July-August 1997, Dealing With Information Overload
May-June 1997, The Future of Mental Health Technology
January-February 1997, Privacy on the Internet
November-December 1996, Communication Privacy
September-October 1996, E-Commerce in Mental Health
May-June 1996, Electronic Billing and Treatment Planning Software Review
January-February 1996, Automated Billing Programs for Mental Health
November-December 1995, Review of Software to detect ADHD
September-October 1995, Technologizing a Mental Health Practice
July-August 1995, A Study of Psychologists and Their Use of Technology
May-June 1995, Communicating With Other Psychologists on the Internet