The Psychology of Cyberspace is an extremely informative and extensive
site regarding psychology and the Internet. The site thoroughly covers
each topic mentioned in this site along with so many others (disinhibition
effect and online psychotherapy and clinical work). Although he does
a lot of empirical research, the author, John
includes subjective information in his articles.
"Internet Paradox: A Social Technology That Reduces Social Involvement
and Psychological Well-Being?"
An article posted in Science Daily analyzes the
Carnegie Mellon study and proposes new ideas regarding the results.
"The Internet's Effect on Relationships: Detrimental or Beneficial?"
gives a good analysis of internet communication and relationships.
It presents both sides objectively, for the most part and covers many
"How will the Internet affect your Clients?," by Larry D. Rosen, Ph.D.
is a good overview article of the effects of the Internet. It gives
basic statistics, reviews of research articles as well as advice for
optimizing the use of the Internet.
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