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Cyberpsychology: The Study of Individuals, Society and Digital Technologies
By Monica Whitty and Garry Young (editor)
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Publisher Blackwell Pub
Publication date December 16, 2016
Pages 224
Binding Paperback
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9780470975626
ISBN-10 0470975628
Original list price $49.95
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An important new BPS Textbook in Psychology exploring the interactions between individuals, societies, and digital technologies

  • Outlines key theories and empirical research within cyberpsychology and provides critical assessments of this rapidly changing field
  • Identifies areas in need of further research and ways to use digital technologies as a research tool
  • Covers topics such as online identity, online relationships and dating, pornography, children’s use of the internet, cyberbullying, online games and gambling, and deception and online crime
  • Engaging and accessible for students at the undergraduate and graduate level with real life examples, activities, and discussion questions


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With Monica Whitty | from Blackwell Pub (December 16, 2016)
9780470975626 | details & prices | 224 pages | List price $49.95
About: An important new BPS Textbook in Psychology exploring the interactions between individuals, societies, and digital technologies Outlines key theories and empirical research within cyberpsychology and provides critical assessments of this rapidly changing field Identifies areas in need of further research and ways to use digital technologies as a research tool Covers topics such as online identity, online relationships and dating, pornography, children’s use of the internet, cyberbullying, online games and gambling, and deception and online crime Engaging and accessible for students at the undergraduate and graduate level with real life examples, activities, and discussion questions

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