Opinion: Creating confusion or comprehension? The ethical imperative for behavioral communication

IMAGINE that it’s the good old days, and we’re enjoying ourselves at a busy conference with noise and signs and huddles and laughter everywhere, writes Elizabeth Edwards. As we pass each other, my mind deep in thought, I accidentally trip you, and you crash to the...

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