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サイバー心理学と社会

Cyberpsychology and Society : Current Perspectives

Power, Andrew (EDT)

Routledge 2018/03
230 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138063525
装丁違いISBN: 1138063533
KCN: 1029274819
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KDC: C250 社会心理学一般
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Annotation

Brings together a unique collection of writings by expert contributors on cyberpsychology in relation to health, education, gaming, consumer behaviour, and social change in an online world.

Full Description

Human interaction with technology is constantly evolving, with rapid developments in online interaction, gaming, and artificial intelligence all impacting upon and altering our behaviour. The speed of this change has led to an urgent need for a new field of study, cyberpsychology, in order to investigate the ways in which human behaviour is affected by the addition of technology, and the benefits and risks thereof. Cyberpsychology and Society does not offer a description of or justification for the field of study, but is rather a presentation of some of the most recent research in many key sub-topics within the area. Based on the work being done in the Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) in Dublin, Ireland, Cyberpsychology and Society brings together a unique collection of writings by contributors on cyberpsychology in relation to health, education, gaming, consumer behaviour, and social change in an online world. The book focuses on the impact of societies' increasing interaction with technology, and is a presentation of some of the most recent research in the area. Describing cutting-edge research while employing a tone which is accessible to both students and academic staff, this book is an invaluable resource for students, researchers and academics of cyberpsychology and related areas.

Table of Contents

Academix team Acknowledgements Introduction Andrew Power PART 1 Cyberpsychology and wellbeing 1. The therapeutic relationship in therapy delivered via email: the therapist's perspective Macarena Perez Bullemore and Hannah Barton 2. Virtual nature, mindfulness, and the potential for altruism James Glennon and Hannah Barton 3. Exploring health anxiety and dependence in healthy adult users on m-Health apps and wearables Eve Conboy, Cliona Flood, and Andrew Power 4. What motivates a ninja? An exploration of students' CoderDojo experience Natalie Butler, Cliona Flood, and Andrew Power PART 2 Cyberpsychology and social change 5. Labyrinth of passion on Facebook: individuals' attitudes towards electronic observation of romantic partners Fransisco Collazo, Ellen Brady, and Andrew Power 6. Cybertrends: an exploratory study of why individuals conform on social networking sites Louise O'Hagan, Hannah Barton, and Andrew Power 7. Homophobic words, face to face and online: an emotional hit and run Leo Carroll, Hannah Barton, and Andrew Power 8. Public Wi-Fi and risk: are individual differences associated with the decision to connect? Angela Ryan and Andrew Power PART 3 Cyberpsychology and the gaming society 9. Predictors of video game addiction: genre, gaming motivations, and trait psychological need satisfaction Eric Ekman, Brendan Rooney, and Andrew Power 10. Mining through maths: Minecraft play and mathematical problem solving Laura Griffin and Robert Griffin 11. Moving through the Uncanny Valley: the effect of technological familiarity and movement perception on the uncanny ratings of digital humanoids Shula Castle O'Dowd and Hannah Barton 12. Violent app games and the general aggression model: arousal, affect, and access to aggressive thoughts Patrick Kennedy, Nicola Fox Hamilton, and Robert Griffin PART 4 Cyberpsychology and consumer behaviour 13. Social norms in deception detection in online and offline communication: understanding individual perspectives in a qualitative thematic analysis Catherine Friend, Nicola Fox Hamilton, and Andrew Power 14. What makes you double-tap? A qualitative exploration of effective engagement with brands on Instagram Dominique O. Yong, Nicola Fox Hamilton, and Sinead Meade 15. The role of perceived relative advantage and channel choice in influencing consumer adoption of self-service facilities for managing insurance policies Chelsea Uddo, Nicola Fox Hamilton, and Andrew Power 16. From 'like' to 'buy': the effect of Facebook fan page type posts on purchase intention Michelle Murray, Nicola Fox Hamilton, and Andrew Power 17. The non conclusion Andrew Power Index