Cyberpsychology is the study of human interactions with the internet, mobile computing and telephony, games consoles, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and other contemporary electronic technologies. The field has grown substantially over the past few years and this book surveys how researchers are tackling the impact of new technology on human behaviour and how people interact with this technology.
Examining topics as diverse as online dating, social networking, online communications, artificial intelligence, health-information seeking behaviour, education online, online therapies and cybercrime, Cyberpsychology and New Media book provides an in-depth overview of this burgeoning field, and allows those with little previous knowledge to gain an appreciation of the diversity of the research being undertaken in the area.
Arranged thematically and structured for accessibility, Cyberpsychology and New Media will be essential reading for researchers and students in Social Psychology and Cyberpsychology, and in Communication and Media Studies.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 244
Weight: 522 g
Dimensions: 235 x 159 x 20 mm
`Written in an easily accessible style, this reader contains a wide range of research studies on topics of interest to cyberpsychologists that are not often found together in a single source. The book also contains a wealth of information on previous studies and should be of great use to undergraduate students studying cyberpsychology.' - John Charlton, University of Bolton, UK
`As more and more of our lives are spent interacting with, and via, computers, so psychology as a discipline needs to keep pace. The diversity of the rapidly growing field of cyberpsychology is expertly illustrated in this thematic reader. The editors, Power and Kirwan, present recent cutting-edge work on a wide range of topics in a volume that will provide an ideal introduction to this new and exciting field.' - Adam Joinson, University of the West of England, UK
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