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Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology
by Adam Joinson and Katelyn McKenna and Tom Postmes

Overview - The Oxford Library of Psychology is a major new publishing initiative. Over the coming years it will come to define what psychology is, and where it is going. Comprising of a vast range of individual handbooks, all edited and written by the leaders in their respective fields, the library will map out the entire field of psychology.  Read more...

 
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Overview
The Oxford Library of Psychology is a major new publishing initiative. Over the coming years it will come to define what psychology is, and where it is going. Comprising of a vast range of individual handbooks, all edited and written by the leaders in their respective fields, the library will map out the entire field of psychology. It will cover major subsections, such as social psychology and cognitive psychology, as well as smaller, though no less important fields, like audition, haptic processing, evolutionary psychology and social neuroscience.
What do we know about how people behave in cyberspace? Since the birth of the internet, we have witnessed alarming demonstrations of just how the power of the internet can be harnessed by those with darker motives - terrorists, sexual offenders, criminals. What is it about this unique environment that might cause people to behave in ways they might never consider in the outside world?
As more and more scientists become interested in establishing how the internet environment changes the way we think, behave, and take responsibility, the Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology provides the definitve reference work on internet behaviour. In 45 chapters, all written especially for the volume, it sets out our current knowledge of behaviour on the internet, and where future research will take us.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780198568001
  • ISBN-10: 0198568002
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publish Date: May 2007
  • Page Count: 518

Series: Oxford Handbooks

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Books > Psychology > Cognitive Psychology & Cognition
Books > Computers & Internet > Information Technology

 
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