How technology and social media affect human behaviours Free

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Dr Mary Aiken discusses the detrimental long-term effects of the internet on human behaviours. Considering the impact of the online environment on vulnerable demographics, Dr Aiken addresses a new conceptualisation of technology as a 'place', and advocates for more boundaries in the interest of protecting young people online.

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'Social media: challenges and benefits for mental health and wellbeing' on Tuesday 14th November 2017. 

Length: 00:21:46

00:00:20 - What is Cyberpsychology?
00:05:09 - "Factoring in the Human"
00:16:48 - Online Syndication
00:20:32 - What can we do?
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Professor Sir Graeme Catto, Chairman, Better Regulation Group, Universities UK. 

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FOR: Lord Joffe, Seconder - Raymond Tallis

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AGAINST: Lord Carlile, Seconder - Baroness O'Loan

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Professor David Jones, Director of the Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies, St Mary's University College.

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Professor Bregje D. Onwuteaka-Philipsen, Associate Professor, VU Medical Center, EMGO Institute for Health and Care Research, Amsterdam.

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Dr Peter Carter, Chief Executive and General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing.

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Lord Mackay of Clashfern, principal author of the House of Lords Report on Assisted Suicide. 

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Professor Paul Badham, Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Wales. 

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The Right Reverend Michael Langrish, Bishop of Exeter. 

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