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Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology
The Oxford Library of Psychology is a major new publishing initiative. Over the coming years it will come to define what psychology is, and where it is going. Comprising of a vast range of individual handbooks, all edited and written by the leaders in their respective fields, the library will map out the entire field of psychology. It will cover major subsections, such as ...more
Hardcover, 518 pages
Published May 17th 2007 by Oxford University Press, USA
(first published April 12th 2007)
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Really enjoyed this one, perhaps because I had more of an understanding of psychology by the time I got to it than with the earlier course books. The structure of the book appeals greatly, plenty of articles on various internet/psychology related topics explored in relatively short 'chapters', each written by different people; they're stuffed with good references which makes it easy to step outside the book and do some of your own reading. Best book on the CyberPsychology course so far.