Cyberpsychology Can Help Us Understand Cybercrime


Bradley Fowler, PhD – Capitol Technology University| Dissertation Chair, Canton, MI, USA
Bruce G. Chaundy, MSc – Graduate Student, Southern New Hampshire University, NH USA

Series: Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Research; Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
BISAC: PSY003000; TEC052000; SOC071000

Cyberpsychology is a growing central phenomenon that helps us understand human behavior as it correlates with technology. This book provides knowledge about cyberpsychology and its ability to help us understand the mental and emotional motivation behind cybercriminals deployment of cybercrime and cyber-attacks, domestically and internationally. Research in this book examines forty-two countries’ experiences with cyberattacks and explores how cyberpsychology can help us deter cybercriminals from engaging in cybercrime activities.

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Table of Contents




Chapter 1. Cyberpsychology and Social Engineering
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Chapter 2. Cybercrime
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Chapter 3. Cyberwarfare
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Chapter 4. Cyberespionage and Cybersecurity
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Chapter 5. Cyberbullying
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Chapter 6. Cyberattacks
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Chapter 7. Cyberterrorism
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Authors’ Biography


Author’s ORCID iD

Bradley Fowler: 0000-0002-8447-7898

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