A Response to “Technology and Non-Interpersonal Relationships”
I appreciate the opportunity to respond to “Technology and Non-Interpersonal Relationships.” Many of us have become dependent upon technology in both our personal and professional lives. The authors address a timely and relevant topic that is germane to a wide audience. The objective of my response is threefold. First, I acknowledge and provide further support for the importance of this research. This is followed by a review and commentary on the authors’ approach. Finally, I propose adoption of a framework as a future research opportunity for the authors to consider.