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Think before you Tweet: Twitter users told to pause 20 seconds before posting - Scottish Daily Record

Think before you Tweet: Twitter users told to pause 20 seconds before posting - Scottish Daily Record | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Think before you Tweet: Twitter users told to pause 20 seconds before postingScottish Daily RecordINTERNET psychologist Graham Jones said Twitter users should always pause for 20 seconds before posting material on the microblogging site.
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Troll Psychology: Why People Are So Mean on the Internet | Quick ...

You are here : Home » Articles » Troll Psychology: Why People Are So Mean on the Internet. Troll Psychology: Why People Are So Mean on the Internet. Published By DietPlan Team On Friday, August 3rd 2012.
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The psychology of online rudeness | Generation Next

A perfect storm of factors come together to engender the rudeness and aggression seen in the comments' sections of Web pages. First, commenters are often virtually anonymous, and thus, unaccountable for their rudeness.
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Why is everyone on the Internet so angry? - msnbc.com

Why is everyone on the Internet so angry? - msnbc.com | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Why is everyone on the Internet so angry?msnbc.comWith a presidential campaign, health care and the gun control debate in the news these days, one can't help getting sucked into the flame wars that are Internet comment threads.
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My poor internet addiction - Psychology and Mental Health Forum

My poor internet addiction - Psychology and Mental Health Forum | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
I spend so much time on the internet I decided to capture the madness in .gifs!! Here we have me as I wake up in ...
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The Internet Impact: Always Right But Never There | Psychology Today

The Internet Impact: Always Right But Never There | Psychology Today | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
How does Google impact our conversations? By Julie K. Hersh...
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Colorado Shooting Suspect Avoided Online Life - Cleveland News - Fox 8

Colorado Shooting Suspect Avoided Online Life - Cleveland News - Fox 8 | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Cleveland News - Fox 8Colorado Shooting Suspect Avoided Online LifeCleveland News - Fox 8“We could ask the same questions about the lack of Web presence that we could for anyone who isolates themselves.
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Habitual website behaviour will help you succeed

Habitual website behaviour will help you succeed | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
How do Olympic athletes succeed? Sports psychologists, of course, will tell you that the difference between competing and winning gold is all in the mind.
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Why Is Everyone on the Internet So Angry? - Natalie Wolchover ...

With a presidential campaign, health care and the gun control debate in the news these days, one can't help getting sucked into the flame wars that are Internet comment threads. But psychologists say this addictive form of ...
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When Romance Is a Click Away - Association for Psychological ...

For many men and women looking for new love at midlife and beyond, the place to go is obvious: the Internet. But how best to navigate cyberspace in pursuit of romance? Eli J. Finkel, a professor of social psychology at ...
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Social Implications of Smartphone Use

The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between motives of smartphone use, social relation, and psychological well-being. The correlation analysis shows that the motives of smartphone use were positively related to bonding relations but negatively related to bridging relations. The hierarchical multiple regression analysis finds the associations among motives of smartphone use, social relations, perceived social support, and variables of psychological well-being.

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Internet Surfers Over 50 Less Depressed - PsychCentral.com

Internet Surfers Over 50 Less Depressed - PsychCentral.com | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
PsychCentral.comInternet Surfers Over 50 Less DepressedPsychCentral.com“The major reasons for not using the Internet were found to be lack of knowledge or access.
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How gadgets and the internet are turning us into a nation of emotional basket ... - Daily Mail

How gadgets and the internet are turning us into a nation of emotional basket ... - Daily Mail | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Daily MailHow gadgets and the internet are turning us into a nation of emotional basket ...Daily MailNow, a new book by Dr Larry Rosen, American professor of psychology, suggests that the two are strongly linked — that our obsession with gadgets is...
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Internet and social media help old flames rekindle - ScrippsNews

Internet and social media help old flames rekindle - ScrippsNews | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Internet and social media help old flames rekindleScrippsNewsThe Internet and social media have made reuniting with an old flame much easier and thus more common, said Nancy Kalish, a relationship expert for Psychology Today and blogger.
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Internet trolls can't help themselves - Salon

Internet trolls can't help themselves - Salon | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Internet trolls can't help themselvesSalonThe consensus among sociologists and psychologists who study online behavior is that all kinds of people can become trolls–not just the unwound, the immature or the irate.
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The Psychology Of Social Networking [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter - mediabistro.com

The Psychology Of Social Networking [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter - mediabistro.com | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
mediabistro.comThe Psychology Of Social Networking [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwittermediabistro.comWith 90 percent of U.S.
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Too Much Time Online Makes You Moodier ... - Psychology Today

Too Much Time Online Makes You Moodier ... - Psychology Today | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Research Confirms Our Fears about the Impact of the Internet on Our Brains By Dr. Susan Biali, M.D....
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Paranoid about social media? If so, it’s your fault

Paranoid about social media? If so, it’s your fault | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Come on, admit it, you have “googled” yourself haven’t you? You just wanted to find out were you top of the list and also to take a sneaky peek at what other people might be saying about you.
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Why The Internet Makes People So Angry - Business Insider

Business InsiderWhy The Internet Makes People So AngryBusiness InsiderBut psychologists say this addictive form of vitriolic back and forth should be avoided—or simply censored by online media outlets—because it actually damages society and mental...
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Are you addicted? - Inquirer.net

Are you addicted?Inquirer.netPsychologist Kimberly Young is best known for her Internet Addiction Test, used worldwide by therapists.
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No LOL matter: Tween texting may lead to poor grammar skills

No LOL matter: Tween texting may lead to poor grammar skills | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Penn State | July 26, 2012 | Cyberpsychology / no comments. Man with cell phone Text messaging may offer tweens a quick way to send notes to friends and family, but it could lead to declining language and grammar skills, according to ...
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Social Networking May Interfere With Success | Online Psychology ...

Social Networking May Interfere With Success | Online Psychology ... | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
If you are a prospective psychologist, psychiatrist, social worker, or other psychology practitioner, you will be working with patients after you graduate, and you will be held to a high standard of professionalism.
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The Batman Shooter: Can We Blame the Lack of Social Media?

The Batman Shooter: Can We Blame the Lack of Social Media? | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Senseless acts of violence, like the recent Colorado Massacre, make the world a very scary place. Like Batman, we want to restore order to an uncertain world by finding an explanation. New media often gets the blame, but this one is confusing.
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Psych Central - Trusted mental health, depression, bipolar, ADHD and psychology information .

Dr. John Grohol's home of down-to-earth, reliable and objective mental health symptoms and treatment information. We're here to help.
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Psychology of Personalization Just as Important as Technology - PR Newswire (press release)

Psychology of Personalization Just as Important as TechnologyPR Newswire (press release)The paper examines the definition and goal of personalization as well as the psychology, technology and science that underlie a shopper's desire for a...
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