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Media Psychology Programs

Fielding’s Media Psychology programs enable students to enter at their qualification, readiness and goal levels. The PhD in Media Psychology program provides a research-based program that informs practice in an evolving field of study. The Masters of Arts in Media Psychology is 100% online, applies psychological science to media and technology landscapes. The 3-course Certificate in Media Psychology program is also 100% online, and offers emphases in Media Neuroscience and Brand Psychology & Audience Engagement.

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Technology, Mind, and Behavior: A Home for Media Psychology and the New Normal

In 2020 the American Psychological Association launched their newest open-access journal, Technology, Mind, and Behavior

Recognizing the growing interest in media psychology and related research, in 2020 the American Psychological Association launched their newest open-access journal, Technology, Mind, and Behavior (https://tmb.apaopen.org/). With a focus on the influence of technology on how humans behave and engage each other, TMB is poised to serve as a home for the expanding field of media psychology. Issues of media psychology have come to forefront with the enduring global pandemic that has forced many of us to rely on technologies as our only way to stay connected to each other–this theme is represented in the journal’s recent special pre-registered study series, ‘Technology-Mediated Interactions and Their Impact on the Human Mind and Behavior in a Time of Social Distancing.’ In our panel conversation, we will discuss the editorial mission of TMB and speak with recent authors and editors about the publication process. Conversations will focus on publishing media psychology research broadly, with a specific discussion on working with TMB’s open-access and interactive publishing model, as well as how and when to engage open science practices in the publication process.

Panelists: Nick Bowman, Isabela Granic, Shawn Green, and Tobias Greitemeyer.

Moderator: Danielle McNamara

Date, Time & Location: Thu, July 16, 2020. 11:15 – 12:30 pm (PT) — Room 1

Isabela Granic, PhD

Isabela Granic, PhD

Professor of Developmental Psychopathology in the Behavioural Science Institute at Radboud University
Nick Bowman, PhD

Nick Bowman, PhD

Associate Professor Journalism & Creative Media Industries at Texas Tech University
Tobias Greitemeyer, PhD

Tobias Greitemeyer, PhD

Professor in Department of Psychology, University of Innsbruck, Austria
C. Shawn Green, PhD

C. Shawn Green, PhD

Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Danielle S. McNamara, PhD

Danielle S. McNamara, PhD

Professor of Psychology in the Psychology Department at Arizona State University