These are a collection of web sources where Dr. Albright was quoted, including CNN.cm, Forbes.com, USA Today.com, among others. Below are a number of links to these articles:
1. CNN.com (front page)
2. USA Today
Growth in exhibitionism traced to porn - USATODAY.com
This article appeared in the NY Times on the impact of the growing reach of porn into the mainstream. It was distributed widely on the AP Newswire.. Here it is in the USA Today.
3. Huffington Post
4. Elle.com – Online dating expert.
5. Philadelphia Inquirer Online – philly.com
6. Joan.com – Relationship expert, weekly column with psychologist Dr. Thomas Conran.
9. Fox News
10. MSNBC (five times)
Beware the overshare in everyday conversations - Mental Health - MSNBC.com
Blurting out too much information, or TMI, is something we’re becoming more and more comfortable with, some psychologists say. We obsess over the mundane details of celebrities’ lives and are eager to tell our own stories on blogs and Flickr accounts. ...
Here's an article that I'm quoted in on "oversharing" - or - Too Much Information!
Hollywood has trouble driving a straight line - Celebrity News - MSNBC.com
The intersection of Hollywood and wine (not to mention beer and booze) has long spelled trouble for celebrities who take the wheel.
Here I am commenting on Paris Hilton on MSNBC and in media around the country... on the topic of celebutante drunk drivers.
11. CBS NewsTV
12. LA Times
Sexy San Diego: A boutique hotel suite with a fire pole?
San Diego's racy (and pricey) Ivy Hotel and other hot spots are offering guests more than just pillow mints.
I was quoted in the L.A. Times in a story on a sex-themed hotel in San Diego..and a sushi restaurant in West Hollywood.. Its in the Business section of the Times today... Called- "High-end adult venues exploit a racy trend: San Diego's naughty new Ivy hotel and other hot spots are bringing sex into the mainstream."
13. Associated Press - multiple times, including:
An article on Britney Spears and a recent judge's ruling for drug and alcohol testing:
And an article on Kevin Federline as a father:
K-Dad: How is Federline as a father?
Kevin Federline failed as a rapper. Now can he succeed as a parent? K-Fed became K-Dad full-time Monday when a judge ordered Britney Spears to temporarily surrender custody of the couple's sons - Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1 to Federline.
An article on the backlash against Octomom Nadya Suleman:
Octomom fell fast from Miracle Mom to punch line
An article on the Michael Jackson case:
Questions swirl around Jackson's doctor
14. The Record
A Web wake-up call
A woman clicking open Robert Gay's online dating page might think the Lodi man is a dream date.
Here's a story for you - a man who went on the Internet to date who had killed his wife previously. This illustrates the dark side of Internet dating.
15. Newsweek, twice, including: An article on searching Google -
Searching for Me, Myself and I
Ever Googled yourself and found someone who has your name—and a very different life? You've just met your Googlegänger.
16. Channel 10 NBC - story on virtual dating -Virtual Dating on Omnidate
17. New York Times - (video clip) - Hugging Is Hip