Advancing the Understanding of Behavior in the Digital Age
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking is the essential, peer-reviewed journal for understanding the social and psychological impact of today’s social networking practices. The journal provides 2-week access, beginning today, to these important articles.
The Role of Psychology in Enhancing Cybersecurity
Compulsive Use of Social Networking Sites in Belgium: Prevalence, Profile, and the Role of Attitude Toward Work and School
R. De Cock, J. Vangeel, A. Klein, P. Minotte, O. Rosas, and G-.J. Meerkerk
Face to Face Versus Facebook: Does Exposure to Social Networking Web Sites Augment or Attenuate Physiological Arousal Among the Socially Anxious?
S.M. Rauch, C. Strobel, M. Bella, Z. Odachowski, and C. Bloom
Virtual Reality Experiments Linking Social Environment and Psychosis: A Pilot Study
W. Veling, W-.P. Brinkman, E. Dorrestijn, and M. van der Gaag