A new book, Cyberpsychology, published by Oxford University Press, features many contributions from staff of IADT. Chapters were contributed by Head of Faculty for Film, Art and Creative Technologies, Dr Andrew Power and IADT lecturers Hannah Barton, Cliona Flood, Dr Brendan Rooney, Dr Irene Connolly, Dr Olivia Hurley and Dr Grainne Kirwan. The book is edited by Dr Alison Attrill, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, The University of Wolverhampton.
Cyberpsychology provides a broad-ranging, thought-provoking account of online behaviour and the opportunities, challenges, and risks such behaviour presents. Written by an international team of authors, the book provides diverse perspectives on the impact our interaction with the online landscape has on identity and behaviour.
The book follows on from another produced last year by the cyberpsychology team at IADT, Cyberpsychology and New Media, published by the Psychology Press andCybercrime: The Psychology of Online Offenders, published by Cambridge University Press and co-authored by Dr Grainne Kirwan and Dr Andrew Power. Links to these publications are below.
Cyberpsychology and New Media
Cybercrime: The Psychology of Online Offenders
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