The Cyber Effect
(Paperback)

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From the world's leading expert in forensic cyber psychology - a discipline that combines psychology, forensics and technology - comes a groundbreaking exploration of the impact of technology on human behaviour. The average person now checks their phone over 200 times a day. That's a serious addiction - but because we're all doing it all the time, it doesn't seem quite so scary. And, like all addicts, we have avoided thinking about the implications of the cyber effect. But now, at last, there is someone who can explain what is happening to us, how it works and what we can do about it. In this, the first book of its kind, Dr Mary Aiken applies her expertise in cyber-behavioural analysis to a range of subjects including criminal activity on the Deep Web and Darknet; deviant behaviour; internet addictions; the impact of technology on the developing child; teenagers and the Web; cyber romance and cyber friendships; cyberchrondria; the future of artificial intelligence; and the positive effects on our digital selves, such as online altruism. Packed with vivid stories, eye-opening insights and surprising statistics, the Cyber Effect offers us a fascinating guide through a new future that it's not too late to do something about.

AuthorMary Aiken
BindingPaperback
EAN9781473610279
ISBN1473610273
Height917 mm
Length602 mm
Width102 mm
Weight93 g
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
MPN23040544
Number Of Pages384
Package Quantity13
Part Number23040544
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2016-09-07
PublisherHodder & Stoughton
Release Date2016-09-07
StudioHodder & Stoughton
Sales Rank84556

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