Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace

Impact Factor
2021: 3.708

Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace is an open access, online, peer-reviewed scholarly journal. The first issue was published in September 2007. The journal is focused on social science research about cyberspace. It brings psychosocial reflections of the impact of the Internet on people and society. The journal is interdisciplinary, publishing works written by scholars of psychology, media studies, communication science, sociology, political science, ICT security, organizational psychology and also other disciplines with relevance to psychosocial aspects of cyberspace. The journal accepts original research articles, as well as theoretical studies and research meta-analyses.

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Vol.16,No.3(2022)

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Issue 3, vol. 16 and new Impact Factor of 3.708

30.06.2022

Dear researchers, colleagues, and readers interested in Internet-related research,

We are happy to announce that we just published our third issue of 2022. The issue contains eleven excellent articles on a wide range of topics. All of them are open access, as always. 

We are also very glad to announce that our Impact Factor has been increased to 3.708!

We wish you a nice summer reading and we thank all the authors, reviewers, and editors for their hard work on the issue.

The editorial team of Cyberpsychology

Decision Statistics for 2021

03.05.2022

In this post, we present some statistics related to the journal - you will find out the number of submissions, the desk reject rates, the acceptance rates, the decision length, and the reviewer statistics. 

Vol.16, No. 2 is published

14.04.2022

Dear researchers, colleagues, and readers interested in Internet-related research,

We just published the second issue of 2022. The issue contains ten excellent articles covering a wide range of topics –from inspiration on social media and its connection to well-being, implications of selfie-related behavior for body image, and links between parental mediation and adolescent’s risk online experiences to cyber aggression and victimization among high-schoolers, or psychological impacts of ghosting. We believe this thematically diverse issue will make for a thought-provoking read. See the complete list of articles on our website. All of them are open access, as always. 

We thank all the authors, reviewers, and editors for their hard work on the issue.

The editorial team of Cyberpsychology

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