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Julie R. Ancis, Ph.D.
A Personal Perspective: Is what we are seeing about the Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp case real? Can we take a collective pause?
Misinformation campaigns spread like wildfire online. They render people unwitting pawns. Are you able to spot misinformation techniques or are you part of the problem?
Is social media bad for our mental health? Research suggests that it depends.
With the growth of new technologies and an increasingly interconnected world, the field of cyberpsychology has emerged as a unique discipline. But what is it?
Are your social media exchanges supportive and comforting? Or are you finding them increasingly contentious and stressful? If you fall into the latter category, you are not alone.
Biased interpretations of COVID-related information are prevalent. Understanding how such misinterpretations occur is essential for living in a safer world.
Frustrated and angry? These are some of the emotions being experienced by those at high risk.
When everyone's an expert, separating fact from fiction during is essential to safety and sanity.
Is your technology use during quarantine jeopardizing your mental health?
Julie R. Ancis, Ph.D. is professor and inaugural Director of the Cyberpsychology Program at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.