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Manipulating Fast, and Slow

Mary Aiken

As a discipline, cyberpsychology focuses on the impact of emerging technologies on human behavior. In this article, Dr. Mary Aiken talks about how the discipline helps us better understand online manipulation of audiences -- particularly in the light of elections.

Manipulating Fast, and Slow

As a discipline, cyberpsychology focuses on the impact of emerging technologies on human behavior. In this article, Dr. Mary Aiken talks about how the discipline helps us better understand online manipulation of audiences -- particularly in the context of recent elections. Most critically, cyberpsychology as a discipline may offer the tools to examine critical questions in security to fake news and we must fully explore this potential. Read more by downloading the brief below.

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About the Author

Mary Aiken

Mary Aiken

Global Fellow,
Adjunct Associate Professor at the Geary Institute for Public Policy University College Dublin, she is the Academic Advisor (Psychology) to the European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3) at Europol, and member of the EC3 Academic Advisory Board

Dr. Mary Aiken is a leading security expert and author of The Cyber Effect.

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