Mohawk College - Continuing Education - Course Information - Cyberpsychology: Self and Others in a Wired World PSYC 10033
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Cyberpsychology: Self and Others in a Wired World

  Cyberpsychology is the study of what happens to the human psyche, human emotions, behaviours, 'selves' and group dynamics when engaging with online technologies. You will be introduced to theories and research concerning online technologies and how online technology change us, and influences our attitudes and behaviour. Topics include: beliefs about the self, identity formation, self-presentation, social comparison, and interpersonal relationships (friendship and romantic relationship). Emphasis on the application of social psychological principles to our understanding of behaviour in online settings, with particular emphasis on development of the self. 42 hours.

  Course Number: PSYC 10033

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