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Applications of Cyberpsychology in Neurodidactics and Online Therapy
Submission Deadline: Jul. 25, 2020

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Agnieszka Ogonowska
Media Research Center,Pedagogical University, Cracow, Poland
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Introduction
Research in the field of cyber psychology is currently used in neurodidactics using new technologies and online psychotherapy. Cyberreality and new interactive and virtual technologies are a real challenge for educators and therapists who need to change their approach to education and therapy to meet the demands of the post-modern world. There is a need to develop new language, communication, digital and social competences, the possession of which determines the quality of contact in the online environment. The dynamic development of neuroscience allows more effective adaptation of methods and techniques of teaching and therapy not only to the framework of modern media civilization, but also to the dynamically developing architecture of human brain.

Aims and Scope:

  1. New media-orientated neurodidactics
  2. Online therapy: techniques and methods; benefits and risks
  3. The evolution from face-to-face communication to Human-Computer communication in education and therapy
  4. Mobile broadband services and their social and neuropsychological impact
  5. Internet and mobile computing : psychological aspects
  6. The key trends in cyberpsychology
  7. New media literacies and their role in effective online communication
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