Internet applications to psychology and related fields. Internet psychology is a growing branch of psychology where the effects of information technology and networked communities upon human behavior are investigated. Ideas such as reality awareness, interpersonal communication, child development and fantasy play are researched.
Graduate students at the University of Michigan School of Business Administration published this study that raises important issues about banner ad placement.
Online expectations and offline experiences in text-based virtual communities.
The international Internet mental health organization for professionals and consumers.
Challenges and technical difficulties inherent in the formation of therapeutic relationships online.
Consultation service by Walter Logeman, a psychotherapist in New Zealand.
Paper by Milton P. Huang, M.D., and Norman E. Alessi, M.D. published in American Journal of Psychiatry describing a model for understanding the Internet and how its use affects human interactions. Discusses implications for delivery of psychiatric care, research, and education.
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