The Wiley handbook of psychology, technology and society
- edited by Larry D. Rosen, Nancy A. Cheever, L. Mark Carrier.
- Malden, MA : Wiley Blackwell, 2015.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; About the Editors; List of Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I The Psychology of Technology;
- Chapter 1 The Acute and Chronic Impact of Technology on our Brain; Usage and Attitudes Toward Technology Across the Lifespan; Effects of Technology and Multitasking on the Brain; Impact of Technology and Media on Developmental Neuroplasticity; Harnessing Technology and Media to Enhance Neurocognition; Conclusion; References.
- Chapter 2 Similarities and Differences in Workplace, Personal, and Technology-Related Values, Beliefs, and Attitudes Across Five Generations of AmericansPrevious Overview Studies of Values and Beliefs; Empirical Study of Generational Similarities and Differences in Workplace, Personal, and Technology-Related Values, Beliefs, and Attitudes; Overall Results Summary; Discussion; Limitations; Acknowledgments; References;
- Chapter 3 Internet Credibility and Digital Media Literacy; Use of Online Content; Credibility of Online Material; Blogs; Online News Credibility.
- Young People's Perception of Online MaterialTrust in Online Material; Digital Media Literacy; Programs to Improve Digital and Media Literacy Skills; Conclusion; References;
- Chapter 4 Gender Digital Divide: Does it Exist and What are the Explanations?; Study 1; Study 2; Study 3; Discussion; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References;
- Chapter 5 Access and Attitudes to Digital Technologies Across the Adult Lifespan: Evidence from Distance Education; Digital Technologies in Higher Education; Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants; Access and Attitudes to Digital Technologies in Older Students.
- Methodology: A Survey of Distance Learning StudentsSurvey Results: Access to Digital Technologies in Distance Learning Students; Confidence in Using Digital Technologies in Distance Learning Students; Students with Disabilities in Distance Education; Attitudes to Digital Technologies in Distance Learning Students; Attitudes to Digital Technologies and Approaches to Learning and Studying; Conclusions; Acknowledgments; Notes; References;
- Chapter 6 Navigating Psychological Ethics in Shared Multi-User Online Environments; The Changing Ethical Landscape of Online Research.
- What do the Formal Ethical Guidelines Say?Is Online Data Text or People?; Is Online Content Public or Private?; Accessing Web Content: Website Policies and Legal Considerations; How Online Researchers Can Protect the Anonymity and Confidentiality of the Researched; Social Responsibility; Conclusion; References; Part II Children, Teens, andTechnology;
- Chapter 7 Executive Function in Risky Online Behaviors by Adolescents and Young Adults; Executive Function; Influence of EF on Risky Online Behaviors by Youths; Two Studies on Risky Online Behaviors and EF; Results; Discussion.
- "Provides analysis of the latest research on generational differences, Internet literacy, cyberbullying, sexting, Internet and cell phone dependency, and online risky behavior"-- Provided by publisher.
- Publication date
- Includes index.
- 9781118772010 (ePub)
- 1118772016 (ePub)
- 9781118772003 (Adobe PDF)
- 1118772008 (Adobe PDF)
- 1118772024 (hardback)
- 9781118772027 (hardback)
- 9781118772027 (hardback)
- Publisher Number
- EB00611979 Recorded Books