Psychology and the Internet, 2nd Edition

Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, and Transpersonal Implications

 
Psychology and the Internet, 2nd Edition,Jayne Gackenbach,ISBN9780123694256
 
 
 

J Gackenbach   

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Jayne Gackenbach

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Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada

Psychology and the Internet, 2nd Edition

Contributors
Acknowledgments
Introduction

1. The Internet in Context
Part I Intrapersonal
2. Children and the Internet
3. Self Online: Personality and Demogrpahic Implications
4. Disinhibition and the Internet
5. The Psychology of Sex: A Mirror from the Internet
6. Internet Addiction: Does it Really Exist? (Revisited)
Part II Interpersonal
7. Revisiting Computer--Mediated Communication for Work, Community, and Learning
8. The Virtual Society: Its Driving Forces, Arrangements, Practices and Implications
9. Internet Self-Help and Support Groups: The Pros and Cons of Text-Based Mutual Aid
10. Cyber Shrinks: Expanding the Paradigm
Part III Transpersonal
11. From Mediatred Environments to the Development of Consciousness II
12. World Wide Brain: Self-Organizing Internet Intelligence as the Actualization of the Collective Unconscious
13. The Internet and Higher States of Consciousness--A Transpersonal Perspective

Index
 
 
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