Michael S. Broder, Ph.D.
Psychologist, Bestselling Author and Coach
1420 Locust Street
Philadelphia, Pa 19102
Author: Selected books include — Seven Steps to Your Best Life: The Stage Climbing Solution for Living The Life You Were Born To Live (Gildan, 2019); Stage Climbing: The Shortest Path To Your Highest Potential (MPA Publications, 2012); The Art of Staying Together (Hyperion, May 1993), paperback edition published by Avon, June 1994; Living Single After the Sexual Revolution (Macmillan, November 1988); paperback edition: The Art of Living Single (Avon, May 1990) with nineteen printings. Can Your Relationship Be Saved?: How to Know Whether to Stay or Go (Impact/New Harbinger 2002); The Secrets Of Sexual Ecstasy ( Alpha/Penguin 2004).
Audio albums produced by Nightingale/Conant include— Seven Stages of Transformation: Stage Climbing to Your Highest Potential (2012), Self-Actualization: Achieving Your Full Potential (1993) and Positive Attitude Training (1991) w/two hour retail versions published by Simon and Schuster); The Therapist’s Assistant Audiotherapy Series (for mental health professionals) and Help Yourself Audiotherapy Series distributed by Nightingale/Conant (1995-1999)
In addition, widely published and quoted in hundreds of local, regional and national publications (also see selected publications).
Psychologist: Private Clinical Psychology Practice since 1979 (PA Lic # PS 003069-L). Presently psychologist, coach and advisor to high achievers and those striving to reach their highest potential.
Speaker: For lay, professional, governmental, business clients and various organizations and audiences worldwide on topics related to writings and all areas of expertise.
Media Personality: Media appearances on the topics of my books, audios and articles. (Over 1000 guest appearances, hosted psychologically oriented radio call-in programs for 17 years)
Seminar, Workshop Facilitator and Adjunct Professor Continuing Education programs on various topics for mental health professionals, sponsored by providers approved by the American Psychological Association as CE providers. Currently adjunct professor at Villanova University.
Temple University, 1981 Ph.D.
Temple University, 1976 M.Ed.
Goddard College, 1974 B.A.
Selected Professional Affiliations:
American Psychological Association (APA): Past President, Division 46 (Media Psychology)
Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA): Fellow (Past Communications Board chair)
Philadelphia Society for Clinical Psychologists (PSCP): Fellow (Past Board Member)
National Association for Radio Talk Show Hosts (NARTSH)
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA)
National Speakers Association (NSA)
American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA)
Journal of Rational-Emotive Cognitive- Behavior Therapy (Associate Editor)
Listed in Who’s Who in America and Philadelphia Leaders
In a survey of over 4000 Philadelphia-area psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health
professionals conducted by Philadelphia Magazine, Dr. Broder was named one of the top and most
universally respected area psychotherapists.
Selected Teaching Positions, Workshops and Speaking Engagements:
2006-Present Adjunct Professor- Villanova University, Advanced Graduate Seminar on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
1981-Present: Seminar and Workshop Facilitator of various (in-service as well as open) continuing education
programs for psychologists and other mental health professionals, approved by the American
Psychological Association (APA) for Continuing Education Credits for psychologists and other
mental health professionals. Training topics include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, REBT and Dr.
Broder’s original approaches (as per his books and tapes) for all types of relationship issues, anxiety,
depression and anger disorders, etc.; sponsored by Lima Associates, The Albert Ellis Institute, The
Institute for Rational Emotive Therapy, Media Psychology Associates (an APA approved CE Sponsor
from 1993 to 2005), The Philadelphia Society for Clinical Psychologists, APA and several others.
1976-Present: Adjunct Professor; teach various graduate and undergraduate courses and serve on
doctoral committees; Villanova University, University of Pennsylvania, Temple University,
Temple University Medical School, Drexel University, Union Graduate School, Thomas
Jefferson University, Rowan University, Chestnut Hill College, and Philadelphia Community
College. (See below for detail.)
1999-2000: Police Family Life Education Project: Designed curriculum and trained Police Academy
instructors of Philadelphia Police Department as part of a special year-long grant from NIJ
(National Institute of Justice) to conduct day-long seminars for police recruits and their families.
1995-2000: Philadelphia Police Department: Designed, supervised and selectively conducted Stress
Management Seminars for all levels of police personnel (police officers, recruits, supervisors and
1994-Present: Conduct seminars, workshops and lecturers at canyon Ranch (Lennox,
Massachusetts and Tucson, Arizona); and Esalen Institute (Big Sur, California).
1981-1993: Director, Philadelphia Institute for Rational Emotive Therapy. Supervised Primary and Advanced
Certificate Candidates in Rational Emotive Therapy for professionals. Conducted Continuing
Education. Workshops and seminars on numerous topics in cognitive behavior therapy. With
staff, trained over 1000 mental health professionals locally.
1976-Present: Conducted over 1200 talks and lectures; all day, weekend and week-long workshops and
seminars for both lay and professional audiences, throughout the United States, Canada, England
and Australia on numerous topics (available upon request). Presented talks and seminars as a
guest speaker for graduate and undergraduate classes as well as faculty groups at Villanova,
Rowan University, Rutgers University, St. Joseph’s University, Chestnut Hill College, Temple
University Medical School, Thomas Jefferson University, LaSalle University, Goddard College,
University of Pennsylvania, Hahnemann University and the University of California-Los
Selected Past Professional Contracts:
2003-2005 Executive Director of the Albert Ellis Institute in New York City. Appointed on an interim
term (two year) basis in order to oversee its difficult transition to the post Albert Ellis era. Ran
entire international operation including New York University chartered Postdoctoral Fellowship
program as well as the famed moderate cost clinic. Supervised Fellows, conducted and supervised CE
Seminars for mental health professional and updated all training protocols. (Served on AEI Board from
2001 to 2008.)
1988-2000 Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) – Stress Manager (Chief Psychologist). Supervised all
departmental psychological services and Stress Management training programs, policy advisor to Police
Commissioner (1995-July, 2000); In 1995 was awarded this major contract (until 2000), by PPD (one of
this nation’s most beleaguered, and controversial law enforcement agencies). Role was to modify and
oversee all psychological and counseling services as well as the Department’s stress management
training programs at all levels and various policies regarding stress. Was consultant to the PPD
Employee Assistance Program from 1988-1995.
1986-2006 National Employee Assistance Services (NEAS). – Regional Affiliate.
1981-1994 United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Probation Department. (Provided inservice training, supervised probation officers and outpatient treatment for mental health cases and rehab
1979-2000 Protection Technology, Inc. (Formerly YOH Security, Inc.). Contracted to oversee testing evaluations
for security guards working in nuclear power facilities.
Broder, M. Seven Steps to Your Best Life: The Stage Climbing Solution for Living The Life You Were Born To Live. New York: Gildan, 2019.
Broder, M. “Motivational Coaching”. Chapter 12, Coaching For Rational Living: Theory, Techniques and Applications. New York: Springer Press, 2018.
Broder, M “Self Acceptance and Successful Relationships: A Stage Climbing Approach”.The Strength of Self-Acceptance, Edited by Michael Bernard. New York: Springer, 2013.
Broder, M & Goldman, A “The Role of Maturity in the Cognitions that Govern Love Relationships and Sexual
Satisfaction”. Journal of Rational Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Volume 31, Number 1, 2013.
Broder, M The Seven Stages of Transformation: Stage Climbing to Your Highest Potential. Chicago:
Nightingale Conant (2012); a seven CD audio album for Stage Climbing along with a 177 page
Broder, M. Stage Climbing: The Shortest Path to Your Highest Potential. MPA Publications (2012)
Broder, M. and Goldman, A. The Secrets of Sexual Ecstasy. New York: Penguin Books (Alpha) 2004.
Broder, M. Can Your Relationship Be Saved? How To Know Whether To Stay Or Go. Impact Publishers (2002).
Broder, M. Take Control Of Your Life NOW! Chicago; Nightingale/Conant (2001); a six-cassette tape album.
Broder, M. Staying Grounded In These Uncertain Times. Chicago; Nightingale/Conant (2001); cassette tape
Broder, M. “Dr. Albert Ellis—In His Own Words— On Success.” Journal of Rational Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 2001.
Broder, M. “Making Optimal Use Of Homework To Enhance Your Therapeutic Effectiveness.” Journal of Rational
Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Volume 17, Number 1, Spring 2000.
Broder, M. “So You Want To Work in the Media? 21 Things I Wish I Had Known When I First Asked That Question.” Chapter 2: Psychology and the Media. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1999.
Broder, M. Help Yourself Audiotherapy Series (12-program set). Produced by MPA (1995) and Nightingale/Conant (1999). Topics Of Series Include Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Life Choices, Stress Management, Self-Confidence, Living Single, Meeting Love Relationships, Staying Together, Overcoming Divorce and Separation, Relationship Ambivalence and Increasing Sexual Satisfaction.
Broder, M. The Therapist’s Assistant Audiotherapy Series, Volume II (Relationship Series). MPA (1996);
Broder, M. The Therapist’s Assistant Audiotherapy Series, Volume I. MPA (1995); Nightingale/Conant (1999).
Broder, M. The Art of Staying Together. New York; Avon (1994). Australian Edition by Wilkinson Books (1994).
Broder, M. The Art of Staying Together. New York; Hyperion (1993). (Note: Featured selection by Book of the Month Club).
Broder, M. Self-Actualization: Achieving Your Full Potential. Chicago; Nightingale/Conant (1993); a six-cassette tape album.
Broder, M. Positive Attitude Training. New York; Simon and Shuster Audio Division (1993); a two cassette version of the Nightingale/Conant album for retail sale.
Broder, M. Positive Attitude Training. Chicago; Nightingale/Conant (1992); a seven-cassette tape album.
Broder, M. The Art of Living Single. New York; Avon (1990). Australian Edition by Wilkinson Books (1994).
Broder, M. Living Single After the Sexual Revolution. New York; Rawson Associates (a Division of Macmillan)
Broder, M. “Divorce and Separation.” Chapter 4: Clinical Applications of Rational-Emotive Therapy. Edited by Albert Ellis and Michael Bernard. New York; Plenum Publishing Company (1985).
Broder, M., et al. “Guidelines for Media Psychology.” Association for Media Psychology (AMP); San Francisco, California (1983). (Reproduced in: Albert, Robert- Your Perfect Write. Impact Publishers, Inc. (1985)).
Broder, M. “Character Defenses in Psychotherapy.” Asthema, Issue No. 4, August 1984.
Broder, M. “A Descriptive Study of a Program Designed to Help Participants to Deal with Issues Related to Divorce and Separation from a Long-Term Relationship.” Doctoral Dissertation, Temple University, 1980.
Broder, M. Un Approccio Eclettico Alla Integrazione Primaria. Translated into Italian in January 1977 by Isabella
Leonicini, U. Lo del Duon Consiglio, and 31 Romo.
Broder, M. An Eclectic Approach to Primal Integration. Toronto; Primary Press, May 1976.
Radio Programs Hosted:
Host, Various Daily and Weekend Programs
1995 to 1997
Resident Psychologist, Co-Host of weekly hour-long sex therapy segment for
morning drive program
WOR (Radio 710)
New York, New York
Host, “Psychologically Speaking With Dr. Michael Broder”
Weekly call-in program heard on WOR (Radio 710) New York, as well as numerous
other stations nationally
Host for various programs
ABC Talkradio Network
Host for various weekend and daily programs
WCAU-AM Radio (CBS)
Host, ““Psychologically Speaking With Dr. Michael Broder” a psychology call-in show.
Specialty: All matters psychological, relationships, family problems, child rearing
issues and human sexuality.
Format: Guest interviews and listener call-in. In addition, daily one-minute features
on coping with everyday life (“One-to-One With Dr. Michael Broder”) were
provided for the morning news program. Dr. Broder’s program received critical
acclaim and considerable attention from the local press and was winner of 1987
Pennsylvania Psychological Association Annual Media Award.
WABC Radio (ABC)
New York, NY 1987
Host, “Weekend Overnight Program” (1987)
Host, “Problems in Living” with Dr. Michael Broder
Weekly radio call-in program dealing with psychological topics of guest and callers
June, 1982 to December, 1982
1983-1987 Provided script for weekly television teen advice column segment on Check It Out –
Channel 3, Group W Television, Westinghouse, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Media Spokesperson and Guest Appearances:
1979-Present – Guest, over 1000 radio and television guest appearances nationally and regionally including Oprah, Sally Jessy Raphael, Donahue, Geraldo and the Today Show. Veteran of five multi-city media book tours in the USA and Australia.
1979-Present – Subject of hundreds of national, regional, and local newspaper and magazine articles and quotes (see below).
1989-1991- Communications Board Chair (and spokesperson), Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA)
1987-President, Media Psychology Division (Division 46) of the American Psychological Association. Developed and conducted the first training programs designed to coach psychologists in the skills of communicating via the
electronic and print media.
1981-1985 Philadelphia Society for Clinical Psychologists (PSCP). Spokesperson on behalf of psychology
profession, appeared personally on all electronic media; and supplied experts for a wide variety of
psychological topics for radio, T.V. and newspapers.
1987-1998 Regular contributing writer for Universal Press Syndicate, First for Women, and Woman’s World
(relationship column) of a variety of self-help articles and columns.
1979-1982 Wrote a monthly column for Business Digest — “Consultant Corner.”
Selected Papers And Other Presentations At Professional Conferences:
The Future of Media Psychology; 119th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association,
Washington, DC; August 6, 2011.
*New Tools for Overcoming Resistance and Maximizing Results; SECAD ( An International Conference for
Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment Professionals), Atlanta, Georgia; December 4, 2003.
*Making Optimal Use Of Homework To Enhance Your Therapeutic Effectiveness. 45th Anniversary of
Cognitive Behavioral/ Rational Emotive Therapy, Keystone, Colorado; June 7, 2001.
*So You Want To Work In The Media? Shaping Media Portrayals Through Interaction With
Print, Radio, and TV. 108th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association,
Washington, DC; August 5, 2000.
Stress Interventions For Police Personnel, International Association of Female Police Officers
International Conference, Philadelphia, Pa.; October 11, 1999.
*Unique Aspects of the Radio Interview, 104th Annual Convention of the American
Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada; August 9, 1996.
Invited Address: 10th Anniversary of Division 46 (Media Psychology) – Past Presidents
Share Their Prospectives, 104th Annual Convention of the American Psychological
Association, Toronto, Canada; August 10, 1996.
*Innovations in Biblio and Audiotherapy to Expedite the Therapeutic Process, EAPA
District Conference, Baltimore, MD; July 1, 1995.
*Short Term Psychotherapy and Managed Care: The Perfect Fit. Second Annual
Conference Mental Health Summit, Atlanta, Georgia; November 3, 1994.
*Enhancing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy’s Effectiveness With Men, 99th Annual
Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California;
Writing As Risk Taking, Philadelphia Writers Organization, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
February 7, 1991.
Dilemmas of the Office to Studio Shuttle, National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts
Second Annual Convention; Seattle, Washington; June 1991.
Media Workshop for Psychologists, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Annual
Convention; June 22, 1990.
Lifestyle Issues and the Media Psychologist, National Association of Radio Talk Show
Hosts, Annual Convention, Orlando, Florida; June 8, 1990.
Safe Sex, Association for Humanistic Psychology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; May 3,
Psychology on the Radio: What Is It’s Proper Place?;
Critique of the movie Talkradio, 97th Annual Convention of The American Psychological
Association, New Orleans, Louisiana; August 1989.
Talk Radio: Discussant on panel about film; 97th Annual Convention of AIA, New
Orleans, Louisiana; August 1989.
*Radio Call-In Advice Programs: Advice, Device or Vice, 96th Annual Convention of the
American Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia; August 1988.
*Playing the Media Game – Survival, 96th Annual Convention of the American
Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia; August 1988.
Using Radio to Transmit Psychological Information To the Public: A Workshop, a midwinter
meeting of the American Psychological Association, Scottsdale, Arizona; February
*Three Aspects of Media Image, 95th Annual Convention of the American Psychological
Association, New York City, New York; August, 1987.
Radio Workshop For Psychologists, Pre-Convention Workshop at the 95th Annual
Convention of the American Psychological Association, under the auspices of Division 46
(Media Psychology), New York City, New York; August, 1987.
Sessions Chaired as President of Division of Media Psychology for 95th Annual Convention
Of the American Psychological Association, August, 1987:
Albert Ellis – “Four Decades of Experience With The Media”; David Bartlett – “What Makes
Good Advice Programming”; Ruth Westheimer – “Bringing About Sexual Literacy Via The
Airwaves”; Sonya Friedman – “The Psychologist As A Messenger – Why We’ve Got Bad
Presenting Issues on Human Sexuality In The Media, Society for the Scientific Study of
Sex, Eastern Regional Convention; April 1987.
Radio Designs for Psychologists, California State Psychology Association Annual
Convention, San Diego, California; March 1986.
*Responding to Personal Crises in a Radio Format, 94th Annual Convention of the
American Psychological Association, Washington, DC; August 1986.
Personal Issues in the Media, Association for Media Psychology Convention, Washington,
DC; August 1986.
*Presenting Psychology in the Media, Pennsylvania Psychological Association Conference,
Lancaster, Pennsylvania; June 1986. (Reprinted in the Pennsylvania Psychologist, 1986).
Self-Esteem for Burn Victims, Phoenix Society, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania; May 1986.
Radio Workshop, California Association of Media Psychology, Media Division, San
Francisco, California; February 1986.
Media Psychology, Philadelphia Society for Clinical Psychology, University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; January 1986.
Looks and How They Affect Your Life, the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California;
*Radio Call-In: Ethics on the Air?, 93rd Annual Convention of the American
Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California; August 1985
Employee Transitions, General Electric, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; November 1984.
Employee Transitions, General Electric, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; October 1984.
*Update on Media Guidelines, Association for Media Psychology, Toronto, Ontario;
Rational-Emotive Therapy in Clinical Practice, Pennsylvania Psychological Association,
Lancaster, Pennsylvania; June 1984.
Ending Love Relationships, Association for Humanistic Psychology, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania; April 1984.
Rational-Emotive Therapy with Difficult Patient Populations, Ancora State Hospital,
Ancora, New Jersey (In-Service Training); December 1983.
Rational-Emotive Therapy in Groups, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy Institute,
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; October 1983.
*Sex and the Media–Guesting, Sixth International Conference of Sexology, Washington,
DC; May 1983.
Rational-Emotive Therapy in Groups, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy Association,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; March 1983.
Introduction to Rational-Emotive Therapy, Personnel and Guidance Association,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; January 1983.
Personal and Group Interventions, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy Conference;
*Media Guidelines, the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC;
Radio Call-In Shows, Association for Media Psychology, Washington, DC; August 1982.
Mastering the Art of Living Alone, National Conference of the Association for Humanistic
Psychology, Washington, DC; July 1982.
Divorce and Separation for Professionals, Pennsylvania Psychological Association,
Lancaster, Pennsylvania; June 1982.
Problem Solving, Association for Humanistic Psychology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Ending Love Relationships, Association for Humanistic Psychology Conference,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; May 1982.
The Use of Rational-Emotive Therapy in Groups, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy
Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; May 1982.
*Guidelines for Media Psychology, Indiana Psychological Association, Indianapolis, Indiana;
Media Guidelines, California Psychological Association, San Diego, California;
Organizational Burnout, Conference on Burnout, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Divorce Adjustment for Professionals, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy Association,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; October 1981.
Rational-Emotive Therapy in Groups, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy Association,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; October 1981.
Working Through Transitions, Division 32, Conversation Hour, the American Psychological
Association Convention, Los Angeles, California; August 1981.
Police Stress, Burlington County Police Chiefs’ Conference, Mt. Holly, New Jersey;
Rational-Emotive Therapy in Groups, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy;
*Divorce Counseling Techniques, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy Symposium,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; October 1979.
*Divorce Adjustment for Professionals, Delaware Valley Group Psychotherapy Association
Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; October 1978.
2006-Present Adjunct Professor- Villanova University, Graduate Seminar on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
1981-Present: Seminar and Workshop Facilitator of various Continuing Education programs for mental health
professionals, approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) for Continuing Education
Credits; Sponsored by Lima Associates, The Albert Ellis Institute, Media Psychology Associates, APA,
The Philadelphia Society for Clinical Psychologists and others.
1993-Present: Adjunct Professor – Union Institute Graduate School: Supervisor of Doctoral Students.
1993-1994: Adjunct Professor – Chestnut Hill College, Graduate Division: Counseling Techniques.
1989-1998: Adjunct Professor- served on Doctoral Committees, University Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1981-1993: Director, Philadelphia Institute for Rational Emotive Therapy. Supervised Primary and Advanced
Certificate Candidates in Rational Emotive Therapy for professionals. Conducted and supervised
continuing education workshops and seminars on numerous topics.
1981-1988: Adjunct Professor, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: various courses.
1981-1982: Instructor, Pennsylvania Police Officers Association; Police Stress and Burnout, Problems of Police
1981: Lecturer, Department of General Studies, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Winter, Spring and Fall Semesters: 1980; Winter Semester, 1981.
1980: Instructor, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Community College of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Summer Semester, 1978; Fall Semester, 1977.
1980: Adjunct, Department of Psychology, Graduate School, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Winter and Spring Semester, 1980 – Fall Semester, 1979.
1979-1981: Instructor, Gateway; Lansdale, Pennsylvania. Assertiveness Training and Divorce Adjustment.
1978-1979: Instructor (Graduate Assistant), Department of Psychoeducational Processes, Temple University,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Fall and Spring Semesters.
1977: Adjunct, Department of Psychology, Glassboro College (Rowan University), Glassboro, New Jersey.
Dr. Broder Has Written For and/or Been Written About In these Popular Publications:
. Albany Times
. APA Monitor
. American Woman
. Asbury Park Press
. Baltimore Sun
. Beaver County Times
. BEHAVIOR TODAY
. Brides and Your New Home
. Brides Magazine
. Bridal Guide Magazine
. BROADCASTING MAGAZINE
. Bucks County Courier Times
. Burlington County Times
. Business Digest
. Camden Courier Post
. Chain Reaction Magazine
. CHICAGO DAILY HERALD
. Chicago Sun Times
. CHICAGO TRIBUNE
. COMPLETE WOMAN
. Cincinnati Enquire
. Dallas Texas Morning News
. FAMILY CIRCLE
. FIRST FOR WOMEN
. Florida Today
. Florida Times Union
. For the Bride
. Gannett News Service
. Harrisburg Patriot News
. Hartford Courant
. Hemalog Magazine
. Herald American Post Standard
. Indianapolis News
. Jackson Citizens Patriot
. Jewish Exponent
. LADIES HOME JOURNAL
. Let’s Live
. LOS ANGELES TIMES
. Los Angeles Weekly
. Media Psychology News
. Milwaukee Journal
. National Enquirer
. New Jersey Courier Post
. New Woman Magazine
. Newsmaker Interviews
. New York Daily News
. New York Newsday
. New York Post
. NEW YORK TIMES
. Ottawa Citizen
. Patriot News
. Philadelphia Bulletin
. Philadelphia Business Journal
. Philadelphia Daily News
. PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
. Philadelphia Magazine
. Pittsburgh Daily Tribune
. PPA Bulletin
. Post Standard
. Saginaw News
. Sacramento Bee
. Sexuality Today
. Singles Register
. Sharing Ideas
. Star Magazine
. ST. LOUIS DISPATCH
. Talkers Magazine
. Temple Alma Mater
. Temple Review
. Transactional Analysis Journal
. TV GUIDE
. Universal Press Syndicate
. UPI (United Press International)
. UPS (United Press Syndicate)
. USA TODAY
. WALL STREET JOURNAL
. WASHINGTON POST
. Washington Times
. Weekly Press
. Weight Watchers Magazine
. Woman’s Own
. Woman’s Record
. Woman’s World Magazine
. YM (Young and Modern) Magazine
MICHAEL S. BRODER, Ph.D.