Other Relevant Journals


Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (subscription required)

Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking (ISSN 1094-9313) is a bimonthly peer-reviewed journal explores the impact of the Internet, multi-media and virtual reality on behavior and society.

This journal is a "must read" for psychologists, psychiatrists, sociologists, educators, computer scientists, business executives and opinion-makers interested in the effects of interactive technologies.


The journal has a wide scientific coverage and is indexed by MEDLINE , EMBASE/Excerpta Medica , PsycINFO , Social Sciences Citation Index® , Current Contents®/Social & Behavioral Sciences , e-psyche , Social SciSearch® , Scopus.



Journal of CyberTherapy and Rehabilitation


Journal of CyberTherapy and Rehabilitation is a quarterly, scientific, peer-reviewed journal that allows subscribers to take advantage of a rowing quantity and quality of research by academicians, researchers, and clinicians in the expanding field of virtual reality and advanced technology in therapy, training, prevention, education, and rehabilitation.

The journal is
the official journal of the International Association of CyberPsychology, Training, and Rehabilitation
. Subscribtion for individuals and institutions is available here.

The full-text of the first issue is available below:






PsychNology Journal (Open Access - Free Journal)

PsychNology Journal (ISSN 1720-7525) is a quadrimestral, international, peer-reviewed journal on the relationship between humans and technology.

The name 'PsychNology' emphasizes its multidisciplinary interest in all issues related to the human adoption and development of technologies. Its broad scope allows to host in a sole venue advances and ideas that would otherwise remain confined within separate communities or disciplines.

PNJ is an independent, electronic publication that leaves the copyright to authors, and provides wide accessibility to their papers through the Internet and several indexing and abstracting services including PsycInfo and EBSCO.


The full-text of the last two issues are available below:


  Volume 6 (2008), Number 1, pages 1-108
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