CFP: Special issue on the psychology of cyber crime

cybercrime-100534917-primary.idge.jpgCyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking is organizing a special issue dedicated to the psychological aspects of cybercrime. Submissions considering all types of cybercrime are welcome, and, where relevant, content examining related areas with a focus on cybercrime may also be considered (for example, aspects of security and privacy online). High-quality original articles and review articles on the following topics (though other topics will be considered) will be considered:

  • Psychological impact of cybercrime on victims, society, law enforcement personnel, and other relevant actors
  • Psychological profiling of cybercrime offenders
  • Evaluation of cybercrime reduction techniques
  • Information security behaviors
  • Psychological aspects of cybercrime investigation
  • Punishment options in cybercriminal cases
  • Moral and ethical aspects of cybercrime
  • Application of psychological theories of crime to cybercrime

The deadline for manuscript submission is November 1, 2016.

Please submit your papers online to the web-based manuscript submission and peer-review system here.

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