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July 22, 1987 | THOMAS B. ROSENSTIEL, Times Staff Writer
Business psychologist Srully Blotnick, the author of several popular books, a columnist for Forbes magazine and an occasional contributor to the Los Angeles Times, has come under intense scrutiny this week following a report questioning his academic credentials and the credibility of his research. In its Sunday edition, the New York Daily News revealed that several experts in psychology and social research methods considered Blotnick's work dubious in its nature and detail.
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July 22, 1987 | THOMAS B. ROSENSTIEL, Times Staff Writer
Business psychologist Srully Blotnick, the author of several popular books, a columnist for Forbes magazine and an occasional contributor to the Los Angeles Times, has come under intense scrutiny this week following a report questioning his academic credentials and the credibility of his research. In its Sunday edition, the New York Daily News revealed that several experts in psychology and social research methods considered Blotnick's work dubious in its nature and detail.
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BOOKS
August 17, 1986
Dr. Srully Blotnick, author of "Otherwise Engaged: The Private Lives of Successful Career Women," who was identified in an Aug. 3 "Noteworthy" item as female, is in fact a male research psychologist.
NEWS
September 11, 1985 | (UPI)
More than 40% of the nation's career women would like to make love twice a day but only half of them manage a sexual encounter once or twice a week, according to a Savvy magazine study. Psychologist Srully Blotnick, who conducted the survey, said: "Women like the idea of starting and finishing the day in a warm and emotional way. The reality is that many of them don't have sex that often. They say they're lucky if they have it twice a week."
NEWS
March 20, 1986 | JENNINGS PARROTT
--A walk to the water cooler could lead to a walk down the aisle, according to a study which found romances that start in an office last four times longer than those that begin in a singles bar or health club. In a survey this year of 1,800 professional women between the ages of 21 and 45, 56% reported having had an affair with a co-worker, customer or client, according to Srully Blotnick, a New York research psychologist.
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February 15, 1987 | PAUL RICHTER, Times Staff Writer
Like suburbanites who discovered hard drugs had moved from the ghetto to their own neighborhoods, Wall Street's blue-blooded firms learned last week that the taint of insider trading is not necessarily confined to the world of "junk" bonds and Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc., a controversial ringleader in the corporate takeover business. The charges of illegal information-swapping against senior officials of Kidder, Peabody & Co. and Goldman, Sachs & Co.
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September 11, 1988 | JAMES MARTIN and SHEILA MURPHY, James Martin is vice president for academic affairs at Mt . Ida College. Sheila Murphy is dean of students at Mt. Holyoke College
Monday at 7 a.m., in every city across America, they will emerge again after a two-day absence: millions of men with wet hair, wearing suits and Nikes; millions of women in dresses, wearing Reeboks over panty hose; both groups carrying a briefcase in one hand and a duffel bag in the other. It is the contents of their daily luggage that signal a change in the American workplace: high heels, cuff links, neckties, hair dryers, makeup, perfume, maybe a toothbrush, maybe even a change of clothes.
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