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Psychological Aspects of Cyberspace: Theory, Research, Applications

By Azy Barak

 

Overview

Psychological Aspects of Cyberspace looks at a wide range of aspects of Cyberpsychology, which makes it different from other books. The topics cover social, cognitive and behaviour issues, which provides in-depth content to consider.

Format

This book is laid out coherently where the reader can learn from the previous research that has been conducted and critique that can be studied today to ascertain a better understanding of how Cyberpsychology and the Internet influences people’s lives today.

Readability

Psychological Aspects of Cyberspace is very clear and looks at the contemporary aspects of the Internet and this makes it more current for the reader to understand and find out more information regarding Cyberpsychology.

Chapters

1 Reflections on the Psychology and Social Science of Cyberspace

2 Privacy, Trust and Disclosure Online

3 Internet Abuse: Emerging Trends and Lingering Questions

4 Flow Experience in Cyberspace: Current Studies and Perspectives

5 Cybertherapeutic Theory and Techniques

6 Exposure in Cyberspace as Means of Enhancing Psychological Assessment

7 Down the Rabbit Hole: The Role of Place in the Initiation and Development of Online Relationships

8 The Sexy Side if the Internet: An Examination of Sexual Activities and Materials in Cyberspace

9 The contact Hypothesis Reconsidered: Interacting via Internet: Theoretical and Practical Aspects

10 Influences on the Nature and Functioning of Online Groups

11 Online Motivational Factors: Incentives for Participation and Contribution in Wikipedia

12 How Internet-Mediated Research Changes Science