Cyberpsychology & Internet Psychology

Serving the evolving field of Cyberpsychology in the UK and internationally.

This site contains a number of relevant Cyberpsychology listings (e.g., expertise, courses and research journals) and PsyNET, our community forum with an emphasis on the formation of a new British Psychological Society (BPS) Cyberpsychology Section.
Please feel free to look around, register on the PsyNET Forum and start Cyberpsychology related discussion threads or ask our experts a question. We'd also love to hear your suggestions for content.
We are seeking founding members to help shape the website and the proposed BPS Cyberpsychology Section. Please contact us if you'd like to be involved.
- The team


Our Section Formative Group visit the BPS offices in London.

Our Section Formative Group visit the BPS offices in London.

The proposal for the formation of a British Psychological Society Cyberpsychology Section has gained unanimous approval at the first stage from the Society’s Research Board. The Formative Group (Kaye, Attrill, Fullwood & Bignell) presented at the BPS offices in London and gained approval to recommend the section proposal to the Board of Trustees. If approved we will need to generate a vote from 1% of the membership. If successful we will join the 15 other BPS sections with the aim to promote psychological research and the exchange of ideas within Cyberpsychology and related fields.

July 2018 Update: The Cyberpsychology Section vote was approved and we are now in the final stages of getting the Section up and running with the British Psychological Society. Dr Simon Bignell