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Emelin V. A., Rasskazova E. I., Tkhostov A. S. (2012). The psychological affects of information technology. National Psychological Journal, 1(7), 81-87

Abstract

The analysis of the psychological aspect of technological progress is shown. Its psychological effects such as the development and chronology of mental illness, cyborgisation, invalidation, excess availability and loss of privacy, “blurring” the boundaries of corporeity, increase in dependence risk, change in the structure of needs and activity are considered. Developments of diagnostic criteria for each category of impact are shown.

Pages: 81-87

Sections: Challenges of the XXI Century; Science;

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Keywords: technical progress; psychological effects of technological progress; mental illness; cyborgization; disability; excess availability and loss of privacy; “blurring” the boundaries of corporeality; structure of needs; structure of activity;

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Emelin V. A., Rasskazova E. I., Tkhostov A. S. (2012). The psychological affects of information technology. National Psychological Journal, 1(7), 81-87

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