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A boy wearing the Oculus Rift.
Facebook recently announced its acquisition of Oculus (Associated Press, 2014), a company that has been making waves for developing immersive hardware for virtual reality technology. As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, the benefits of virtual reality stretch far beyond video games, and could "someday be used to enjoy a courtside seat at a...
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When I received my new insurance cards for our family’s vehicles, I was struck that on the back it reads, “Do not admit fault,” in bold print. In a previous employment setting, we were told to never admit a mistake due to the possibility it could create a vulnerability to being sued. Many therapy students, by time they graduate,...
Taking the opportunity to read a women's magazine recently while on a long flight, I was struck by the title of the Editor's column "What's Your Question?" (Lesley Jane Seymour, More Magazine, May 2014). The editor was reporting on a conference focusing on women's issues at Duke University, and specifically on a...
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Welcome to the Existential Roundup, where we bring you links to some articles currently trending that may be of interest to those in the existential-humanistic psychology community. This week’s roundup starts with a few surprises—a few little ditties to see how awake we all are. The first surprise comes from a blog in England...
A detail of a tree from the Sociedad Heraldica.
A recent article in The New York Times asked “Are You My Cousin?” The article describes the writer’s journey into discovering his family tree through the new world of genealogy software. For those of you who haven’t seen any of the commercials, there are several programs widely available to help you find all the relatives...

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