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The psychology of technology : social science research in the age of big data

The psychology of technology : social science research in the age of big data

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Matz, Sandra C., editor.
Title Statement
The psychology of technology : social science research in the age of big data / edited by Sandra C. Matz.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Washington, DC :   American Psychological Association,   2022.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 451 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9781433836268
요약
"This book examines research from different subdisciplines across psychology to address the ways in which technology and Big Data provide a unique window into human cognition and behavior"--
Content Notes
Machine generated contents note: Foreword: The Critical Role of Psychological Science in Understanding The Human-Technology Relationship -- Introduction: Welcome to the Psychology of Technology -- Chapter 1: What Our Data Reveal About Our Minds: Predicting Psychological Characteristics from Digital Footprints -- Chapter 2: Saying More Than We Know: How Language Provides a Window into the Human Psyche -- Chapter 3: The Big Data toolkit for Psychologists: Data Sources and Methodologies -- Chapter 4: The Psychology of Mobile Technology and Daily Mobility -- Chapter 5: "The Psychology of Virtual Reality" -- Chapter 6: Social Media and Psychological Well-Being -- Chapter 7: How social media contexts affect the expression of moral emotions -- Chapter 8: Big Data in The Workplace -- Chapter 9: Human-Robot Interaction Challenges in the Workplace -- Chapter 10: The Psychology of Big Data- Developing a "Theory of Machine" to Examine Perceptions of Algorithms -- Chapter 11: Privacy and Ethics in the Age of Big Data -- Chapter 12: The Psychology of Technology- Where the Future Might Take Us -- .
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Psychology --Research --Methodology. Psychology --Technological innovations. Technological innovations --Psychological aspects. COVID-19 (Disease) in mass media. Change (Psychology).
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520 ▼a "This book examines research from different subdisciplines across psychology to address the ways in which technology and Big Data provide a unique window into human cognition and behavior"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
520 ▼a "Rapid advances in information technology have profound implications for human interaction, mental health, and the field of psychology itself. Digital technologies increasingly impact nearly every aspect of our lives, affecting not only our well being but also changing the way we work, design policies, define morality, and even the way we think. This book examines research from different subdisciplines across psychology to address the ways in which technology and Big Data provide a unique window into human cognition and behavior. Every interaction with smartphones, computers and tablets leaves a leaves a trace, a digital footprint that offers fresh insights to psychologists studying the new frontiers of human behavior. At the same time, the use of public information provided by private citizens--social media postings, digital networks, datasets and internet preferences-requires careful attention to ethical considerations. An especially timely book in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, when so many people were forced to live online like never before. Many of the changes, for individuals, workplaces, and societies, will be long-lasting. "-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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650 0 ▼a Change (Psychology).
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Foreword byJuliana Schroeder/Nate Fast
Part I: Studying People in a Tech-Enabled World
Chapter 1: Predicting Psychological Characteristics from Digital Footprints
Michal Kosinski
Chapter 2: Studying People in Context: The Promise of Mobile Sensing
Gabriella Harari
Chapter 3: Big Data as a Window into Human Mobility
Sandrine Mueller and Clemens Stachl
Chapter 4: Using Natural Language Processing to Study Well-being and Mental Health
Maike Luhmann and Andy Schwartz
Chapter 5: Studying Groups and Social Interactions using Network Analyses
Ralf Woelfer and Miles Hewstone
Part II: Man vs. Machine: Human Interaction with Technology
Chapter 6: Computer-Robot Interaction
Guy Hoffman
Chapter 7: Algorithm Aversion
Jenn Logg and Berkeley Dietvost
Chapter 8: The Psychology of Virtual and Augmented Realities
Jeremy Bailenson
Part III: The Impact of Technology on Individuals and Society
Chapter 9: Social Media and Well-being
Amy Orben
Chapter 10: Big Data in the Work Place
Thomas Chamarro-Premuzic and Tara Behrend
Chapter 11: Using Big Data to Inform Policy
Kai Ruggeri
Chapter 12: Rethinking Morality in the Age of Autonomous Technology
Iyad Rahwan
Chapter 13: The Impact of Technology on Human Cognition
Adrian Ward
Part IV: Conducting psychological research in the age of Big Data
Chapter 14: Big Data Sources and Methodologies for Psychologists
Heinrich Peters
Chapter 15: The Future of Psychological Research: From Description to Prediction
Tal Yarkoni
Chapter 16: Big Data and Psychological Theory
Wiebke Bleidorn and Chris Hopwood
Chapter 17: Ethics in the Age of Big Data and New Technology
Ruth Appel

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