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Psychological Aspects of Cyberspace: Theory, Research, Applications Paperback – Apr 28 2008

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"...provides researchers and students with a rich and diverse set of concepts to study as they explore the psychological aspects of this new reality."
--Matthew G. Hile, PsycCRITIQUES

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Millions of people across the world use the Internet every day. Azy Barak and a team of prominent social scientists review scientific investigations into the social, behavioral and psychological aspects of cyberspace, collating state-of-the-art knowledge in each area. Essential reading for students studying cyberpsychology or Internet psychology.

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Excellent Collection of State of the Art Surveys Aug. 4 2008
By Pascal Hitzler - Published on
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With pleasure I read this excellent collection on state of the art surveys on psychological aspects of the internet. The chapters are of very high quality and very comprehensive. The content ranges from motivational aspects of wikipedia participation over internet abuse and privacy issues to the use of the internet for psychotherapy and for conducting research.

Written mainly for the researcher and for students, the book is relatively dry to read, but at the same time it remains accessible even for the non-psychologist. It contains a wealth of information for anybody interested in the impact of the internet on our society.