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cyberpsychology

Definitions

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  • n. A subdiscipline of psychology concerned with the psychological effects and implications of computer technologies such as the Internet and virtual reality.

Etymologies

cyber- +‎ psychology (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • There is a rapidly growing field of 'cyberpsychology': the contents here suggest some of the areas of focus.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Dr. John Suler, a professor at Rider University in New Jersey who has studied cyberpsychology since the mid-'90s, says that having a vanity URL is "a lot more satisfying to the person than some seemingly random or at least 'irrelevant' string of numbers and letters," he wrote to The Observer in an email.

    The Deep Meaning of the Facebook Vanity URL

  • Thus metaverse creativity cannot be separated from the underlying metanomics metaverse economy, the legal issues of ownership and copyright, the very geography and related atmospheric/lighting conditions, the underlying computational system but also cyberpsychology and cyberanthropology, the latter two becoming particularly important in the process of understanding the creation and subsequent role and interactions of the avatar with the social environment that it becomes a part of.

    An Academic Journal for Metaverse Creativity

  • Eleanor Barlow, an managing consultant specialising in cyberpsychology at IBM, said the claims were interesting, but should not be applied to the wider population on Facebook.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Bouchard is the whiz behind the lab and is an award-winning psychologist who holds the Canada research chair in clinical cyberpsychology.

    Canadian Online Health News

  • MONTREAL - A Quebec university has made virtual therapy a reality by using computer wizardry to treat phobias, depression and addiction while forging Canada's reputation as a world leader in the emerging field of cyberpsychology.

    Canadian Online Health News

  • Dr. John Suler, a a professor at Rider University in New Jersey who has studied cyberpsychology since the mid-90's, says that having a vanity URL is "a lot more satisfying to the person than some seemingly random or at least 'irrelevant' string of numbers and letters," he wrote to the Observer in an email.

    Home | The New York Observer

  • Dr. John Suler, a professor at Rider University in New Jersey who has studied cyberpsychology since the mid-90's, says that having a vanity URL is "a lot more satisfying to the person than some seemingly random or at least 'irrelevant' string of numbers and letters," he wrote to the Observer in an email.

    Home | The New York Observer

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