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	Psychology of Media and Technology
Location: Room TBD  |  8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Media and digital technologies have become a ubiquitous topic in both the popular press and the scientific community. Psychology has been at the forefront of investigating how the rapid normalization of digital technology is affecting human behavior. This preconference will feature innovative researchers presenting on a wide range of topics bridging technology and psychology. Presenters will discuss the most up to date research regarding positive and negative effects of social media. In addition, researchers will discuss how humans perceive, and interact with, artificial intelligence and robots. Additional sessions will include a discussion on how mediated communication is being applied in the clinical world and a practical session will explore seeking and maintaining employment in media and technology related industries. Finally, a data blitz and poster session will showcase work from emerging scholars.


Patrick Ewell
Kenyon College

Sandrine Müller
University of Cambridge


2020 Annual Convention
February 27-29, 2020
New Orleans, LA USA