Aaron Lazare

Stories by Aaron Lazare

An ineffective and insincere apology from Tiger Woods

By Aaron LazareM.D., professor, author Whether an apology is judged to be effective or not is a subjective decision based … Continued

Analyzing the Pope’s Apologies

By Aaron LazareM.D., professor When a person or group offends another person or group, an apology is often the most … Continued

How Apologies Heal

By Aaron LazareProfessor of Psychiatry, Chancellor and Dean Emeritus University of Massachusetts Medical School An apology is one of the … Continued

Apology as a Moral Imperative

In Jewish practice, Yom Kippur is referred to as the Day of Atonement. At this time and together with a … Continued

What Imus Should Have Said, and Why

Apologies covered in the national and international media have doubled in frequency since the early 1990s. This increase, based on … Continued