Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Date of this Version

Summer 8-18-2019



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Cyberpsychology refers to the study of the mind and behavior in the context of interactions with technology. It is an emerging branch, which has focused on the psychological aspects connected to the increasing presence and usages of technology in modern lives. This paper traces recent advancement and trends of Cyberpsychology is an emerging domain of knowledge and goes on the give a literature review of the same. An analysis of the recent research and literature covering 300 most relevant research papers from the period of 2012 to 15, August 2019 was conducted to determine and shape the research pattern based on year of publication, country, and subject domains of Cyberpsychology along with its determinants of subjective well-being.



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