6 edition of Psychology and the Internet found in the catalog.
by Academic Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||369|
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There are few competitors that discuss the breadth of impact the internet has had on intrpersonal, interpersonal, and transpersonal psychology.
Show less The previous edition provided the first resource for examining how the Internet affects our definition of. The psychology of the Internet User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. New-media expert and Director of Information Management at the University of Maryland, Wallace has written an ambitious book on the psychological dynamics of the Internet in all its forms--e-mail Read full review4/5(4).
The book's balanced approach to the subject encourages readers to think critically about the psychology of the Internet, and how and why their own online behavior unfolds.
Drawing on classic and contemporary research, this second edition examines new trends in internet technology, online dating, online aggression, group dynamics, child Cited by: Great book on the psychology of behavior on the internet, how people behave and react in different kinds of situation (chat, forums, blog, Multiplayer games etc.).
Lots of good researches behind it explained and backed up with theories of social psychology."/5. Mixing anecdote with findings from psychological studies, this book provides a clear, compelling and insightful vision of the psychology of the Internet, and the implications for the design of future technologies.
It is an invaluable resource for anyone studying Internet behaviour or interested in their own or others' online by: The Psychology of the Internet: Book Review Reviews the book The Psychology of the Internet, by Patricia M. Psychology and the Internet book.
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It explores crucial questions about the Internet’s effects on human behavior, File Size: KB. National Book Critics Circle Award FinalistA New York Times Notable BookA Best Book of the Year —Austin American-StatesmanIncludes a new, previously uncollected piece: My Internet In The Ecstasy of Influence, the incomparable Jonathan Lethem has compiled a career-spanning collection of.
Cyberpsychology (also known as Internet psychology, web psychology, or digital psychology) is a developing field that encompasses all psychological phenomena associated with or affected by emerging technology.
Cyber comes from the word cyberspace, the study of the operation of control and communication; psychology is the study of the mind and behavior.
For a book that covers many topics at an introductory level, this book is on-par with many other introductory psychology books. In general, I think that the book would be improved by more connections between chapters and if the chapters were a bit more even in terms of how the material was presented, but about the same as most books on the.
An engaging and research-based text, The Psychology of the Internet provides a balanced overview of the psychological aspects of cyberspace. It explores crucial questions about the Internet's effects on human behavior, such as why we often act in uncharacteristic ways in online environments and how social media influence the impressions we form and our personal relationships.
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The author explores clinical stories of patients who suffer from neurological disorders, offering an engaging and thoughtful look at neurological problems. The Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology brings together many researchers in what can be termed Internet Psychology.
Though a very new area of research, Internet Psychology is a fast-growing one. In addition to well-studied areas of investigation, such as social identity theory, computer-mediated communication, and virtual communities, the book also includes articles on topics as diverse as.
The discipline of psychology is broadly divisible into two parts: a large profession of practitioners and a smaller but growing science of mind, brain, and social two have distinctive goals, training, and practices, but some psychologists integrate the two. Early history. This authoritative Wiley Blackwell Handbook in Organizational Psychology focuses on individual and organizational applications of Internet-enabled technologies within the editors have drawn on their collective experience in collating thematically structured material from leading writers based in the US, Europe, and Asia Pacific.However, this is a book on the social psychology of the internet and not psychology proper.
It's more about how we behave online etc., than about how internet alters cognition. Nevertheless, at the end of reading it, the reader feels a sense of having returned with a much deeper understanding than he or she could have achieved on his/her own.