Editorials

Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 

2015- Volume 18

Number 2, 2015 Brain Interventions and Neuroethics Must Coexist Peacefully 

Number 1, 2015 Sustainable Responsible Research and Innovation Through Secure, Private Data 

 

2014 - Volume 17

Number X, 2014  Effect of Virtual Reality PTSD Treatment on Mood and Neurocognitive Outcomes

Number 12, 2014 Social Networking: A Force for Good in Responsible Research 

Number 9, 2014 Cyberbullying and LGBTQ Youth: A Deadly Combination 

Number 3, 2014  The Role of Psychology in Enhancing Cybersecurity

Number 1, 2014  How Can More Women-Owned Technology Businesses Get Funding?


2013 - Volume 16

Number 6, 2013  Ensuring the Best Care for Our Increasing Aging Population: Health Engagement and Positive Technology Can Help Patients Achieve a More Active Role in Future Healthcare
Number 5, 2013  Avatars: Changing Behavior for Better or for Worse?
Number 3, 2013  Time to Port Augmented Reality Health Apps to Smart Glasses?
Number 11, 2013  In a Disaster, Social Media Has the Power to Save Lives
Number 1, 2013  Journal Expansion Will Include Articles on Cybertherapy and Rehabilitation
Number 1, 2013  Are ‘‘Facebook Murders’’ a Growing Trend?

 

2012 - Volume 15

Number 9, 2012  An Antidote for Groupthink— A Qualified Lottery for Research Dollars
Number 8, 2012  As Parents Invade Facebook, Teens Tweet More
Number 5, 2012  Self-Tracking: Better Medicine Through Pattern Recognition
Number 4, 2012  ICT: This Transformer Isn’t Science Fiction
Number 3, 2012  Time to Scrap the U.S. System of Medical Device Regulation? 
Number 2, 2012  The Present and Future of Positive Technologies
Number 2, 2012  Positive Technology: Using Interactive Technologies to Promote Positive Functioning
Number 2, 2012  Positive Technology Supports Shift to Preventive, Integrative Health
Number 11, 2012  Social Media is Shifting Power from Advertisers to Consumers 
Number 11, 2012  Emotionally Based Strategic Communications and Societal Stress-Related Disorders

 

2011 - Volume 14

Number 1-2, 2011  What Are the True Costs of Regulation?
Number 9, 2011  Should Adult Sexting Be Considered for the DSM?
Number 7-8, 2011  Who Gets Funding? Let the People Decide
Number 5, 2011  What Will It Take to Get IRB Reform?
Number 4, 2011  Investment in Innovation: Lessons Learned from China
Number 4, 2011  A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Virtual Reality-Graded Exposure Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Active Duty Service Members with Combat-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Number 10. What Would Happen If We Treated Scientists Like Rock Stars?
Number 11, 2011  Build Trust, Engage People to Increase Understanding of Science

Number 12, 2011  Citizen Scientists Generate Benefits for Researchers, Educators, Society, and Themselves

 

 

2010 - Volume 13

Number 6, 2010  Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking Completes Another Milestone
Number 4, 2010  Using Objective Measures Prepares Psychologists for a Brain-Based Taxonomy
Number 3, 2010  Psychology Should Emulate Physics
Number 2, 2010  What’s in a Name?
Number 1, 2010  Virtual Reality Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Due to Motor Vehicle Accident
Number 1, 2010  Use VR Handhelds in Mass Casualty Disasters
Number 1, 2010  PTSD Threatens Global Economies
Number 1, 2010  Lessons Learned from 350 Virtual-Reality Sessions with Warriors Diagnosed with Combat-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Number 1, 2010  Interreality in Practice: Bridging Virtual and Real Worlds in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorders
Number 1, 2010  Exposure Therapy with and without Virtual Reality to Treat PTSD while in the Combat Theater: A Parallel Case Series
Number 1, 2010  CyberStudies: Lessons from the Trenches

 

2009 - Volume 12

Number 5, 2009 The 14th Annual CyberTherapy & CyberPsychology Conference
Number 3, 2009  Rapid Communication Auditory Cues Increase the Hippocampal Response to Unimodal Virtual Reality
Number 3, 2009  A View to the Future

 

2008 - Volume 11

Number 2, 2008 Early Sexual Experiences: The Role of Internet Access and Sexually Explicit Material

 

2007 - Volume 10

Number 4, 2007  Pain Modulation during Drives through Cold and Hot Virtual Environments
Number 4, 2007  Immersiveness and Physiological Arousal within Panoramic Video-Based Virtual Reality
Number 2, 2007  Combat-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder:A Case Report Using Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy with Physiological Monitoring

 

2006 - Volume 9

Number 6, 2006  Editorial

 

2005 - Volume 8

Number 4, 2005  Effects of Group Experiential Cognitive Therapy for the Treatment of Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia
Number 4, 2005  Editorial CyberTherapy 2005

 

2004 - Volume 7

Number 6, 2004  Nicotine Craving and Cue Exposure Therapy by Using Virtual Environments
Number 3, 2004  Guest Editorial

 

2003 - Volume 6

Number 4, 2003  Three-Year Follow-Up for Virtual Reality Exposure for Fear of Flying
Number 4, 2003  Guest Editorial
Number 4, 2003  A Virtual Reality System for the Assessment and Rehabilitation of the Activities of Daily Living
Number 4, 2003  A Virtual Environment for Investigating Schizophrenic Patients’ Characteristics: Assessment of Cognitive and Navigation Ability
Number 3, 2003  Guest Editorial
Number 3, 2003  Exploring the Use of Computer Games and Virtual Reality in Exposure Therapy for Fear of Driving Following a Motor Vehicle Accident
Number 3, 2003  Experimental Application of Virtual Reality for Nicotine Craving through Cue Exposure

 

2002 - Volume 5

Number 3, 2002  Panic and Agoraphobia in a Virtual World
Number 3, 2002  Editorial
Number 1, 2002  Physiological Monitoring as an Objective Tool in Virtual Reality Therapy
Number 1, 2002  Analysis of Physiological Response to Two Virtual Environments: Driving and Flying Simulation

 

1998 - Volume 1

Number 4, 1998  A Bibliography of Articles Relevant to the Application of Virtual Reality in the Mental Health Field
Number 2, 1998  Overview of the Virtual Reality and Mental Health Symposium
Number 2, 1998  Fear of Flying: A Case Report Using Virtual Reality Therapy with Physiological Monitoring
Number 1, 1998  A Review of Virtual Reality as a Psychotherapeutic Tool