Cyberpsychology

Cyberpsychology is the study of human behavior and mental space in the context of technology and the internet. Cyberpsychology looks at all aspects of internet-based psychology. For example – addiction, social comparison, networking, online emotions, texting rituals, mental health problems, relationships, cyberbullying, etc. It is an extension of human-computer interactions and focuses on technology as an integral part of human behavior. Common research areas are the online disinhibition effect, social cognition, phone addiction, self-presentation, memes, social endorsement, and self-esteem/image/worth.

Inquiry based learning in the 21st century

Inquiry based learning research, discovery based teaching

A number of learning systems exist today. Educational psychologists, as well as allied psychology researchers from cognitive science labs and rehabilitation centers, have invested a lot …

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