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New study suggests violent gaming leads to cooperation, not aggression - Holy Kaw!

New study suggests violent gaming leads to cooperation, not aggression - Holy Kaw! | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
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Therapist-delivered internet psychotherapy for depression in primary care: a randomised controlled trial : The Lancet

Therapist-delivered internet psychotherapy for depression in primary care: a randomised controlled trial. By - Dr David Kessler MD, Prof Glyn Lewis PhD, Surinder Kaur BSc, Nicola Wiles PhD, Prof Mi...
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Baroness Susan Greenfield at the BBC for the launch of The Virtual Revolution asking, ‘is the web changing our brains?
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Revista de Libros: "¿Es Internet tóxica?" de Juan Antonio Rivera - Revista de Libros: crítica cultural a través del libro

Revista de Libros: "¿Es Internet tóxica?" de Juan Antonio Rivera - Revista de Libros: crítica cultural a través del libro | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
La obra de Nicholas Carr pertenece al género de «libros sobre catástrofes medioambientales», solo que en este caso el medio ambiente del que se habla es nuestro cableado neuronal y sus conexiones sinápticas, y el agente tóxico no es un plaguicida ...
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El documental "Conectados" de Tiffany Shlain, explora qué significa estar conectados constantemente a la red

El documental "Conectados" de Tiffany Shlain, explora qué significa estar conectados constantemente a la red | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
El documental "Conectados", de la estadounidense Tiffany Shlain, explora qué significa estar enganchados constantemente a la red en el siglo XXI.

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Students using Facebook in your class? Better try a bit harder

Students using Facebook in your class? Better try a bit harder | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
The amount of time that university students spend online during class is directly proportional to the quality of their teachers, argues an editorial writer for the Harvard Crimson, in part because the web has disrupted the traditional gatekeeper...
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The Neuroscience of Internet Addiction

The Internet, like all intellectual technologies has a trade off. As we train our brains to use it, as we adapt to the environment of the internet, which is an environment of kind of constant immersion and information and constant distractions, interruptions, juggling lots of messages, lots of bits of information. As we adapt to that information environment, so to speak, we gain certain skills, but we lose other ones.


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Book Review - 'Virtually You' and 'Reality Is Broken'

Book Review - 'Virtually You' and 'Reality Is Broken' | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Two views: the Internet is leading us to temptation, or perhaps teaching us how to be good.
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Cathy Davidson on Shifting Attention - Duke on Demand -

Cathy Davidson on Shifting Attention - Duke on Demand - | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
In her new book "Now You See It" to be released August 18, Duke University Professor Cathy N. Davidson explores how the advent of the Internet is changing what we see. Learn more at http://www.nowyouseeit.net.
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Is the internet making teens nicer?

Contrary to popular belief, and previous research, some scientists say all that time on Facebook might be making us better people...
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When Social Media Mining Gets It Wrong - Technology Review

When Social Media Mining Gets It Wrong - Technology Review | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Big problems could be ahead if we rely on conclusions drawn from individuals' social-networking data.
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Has Susan Greenfield been misrepresented?

Has Susan Greenfield been misrepresented? | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Martin Robbins: As critics from Dorothy Bishop to Carl Zimmer line up against Susan Greenfield's comments on autism, the Baroness argues that she has been misrepresented. Is she right?
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Telehealth Effectiveness | Breakthrough: Confidential video counseling and online therapy

Find a counselor and talk confidentially online. Use your insurance for low-cost or free help. Take tests, join groups, and get better.
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Therapists Are ‘Seeing’ Patients Online

Therapists Are ‘Seeing’ Patients Online | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Video conferencing has become a popular way for therapists to reach patients, but opportunities for exploitation, especially by those with sketchy credentials, are rife.
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Las redes sociales, ¿redes del amor o de la discordia?

Las redes sociales, ¿redes del amor o de la discordia? | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Evoluciona la transmisión del mensaje entre seres queridos.
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BBC Mundo - Noticias - ¿Qué pensarían Marx, Freud y McLuhan de los iPhones y los iPads?

BBC Mundo - Noticias - ¿Qué pensarían Marx, Freud y McLuhan de los iPhones y los iPads? | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Son tres de los filósofos más influyentes de Occidente. Su pensamiento transformó la forma como nos vemos a nosotros mismos, a la sociedad y a los medios de comunicación. Para muchos, sus ideas siguen más vigentes que nunca.
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Why Chomsky is wrong about Twitter

Why Chomsky is wrong about Twitter | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
When the linguist claims that social media is "shallow," he isn't very deep or convincing...
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Harvard Investigation: Why Does Everyone Play on Facebook During Class?

Harvard Investigation: Why Does Everyone Play on Facebook During Class? | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Elite college newspaper The Harvard Crimson has noticed a trend: Sometimes during class, people play with Facebook instead of pay attention.
Noting that "Harvard students are, for the most part, intellectually curious," Crimson reporter Hemi H.
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Internet ayuda al desarrollo psicológico de los jóvenes: Estudio

Internet ayuda al desarrollo psicológico de los jóvenes: Estudio | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
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Los adolescentes pasan una cantidad de tiempo cada vez mayor en Internet, lo que en muchas ocasiones supone una preocupación para sus padres que no pueden desconectar a sus hijos d...

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Web Surfing Makes You Work Better

Web Surfing Makes You Work Better | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Don't feel guilty about browsing the Internet at work—turns out it may actually improve your performance, a new study says.
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How the Science of Attention is Changing Work and Education

How the Science of Attention is Changing Work and Education | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
What a woman in a gorilla suit has to do with the future of work and education in the digital age.
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Is the internet killing empathy?

Is the internet killing empathy? | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
A TV news reporter for a Los Angeles station was doing an on-camera report on the Grammy Awards Sunday night, and suddenly her speech became garbled. Was she having a stroke on the air?
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The Science of Attention Spans

The Science of Attention Spans | cyberpsychology | Scoop.it
Attention blindness ill prepares us for the multi-tasking Internet age, argues a new book. By Casey Schwartz.
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