Media, technology, communication, art, and science are intersecting in powerful new ways that are saturating our society and transforming our world. Bernard Luskin (2017) calls media psychology “a specialty whose time is now.” In 1998, he described the “socio-psychomedia effect” as a neologism combining sociology, psychology, and media (pictures, graphics,…
Media Psychology is an exciting new field that focuses on how media and technology influence thoughts and behaviors in individuals and societies.
I took some FLDS friends to the capitol in Salt Lake City to share their voice about the polygamy bill.
The focus of Positive Psychology is to study what people do right, what factors contribute to happiness, what makes individuals and communities flourish.