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Psychology, Behavior, Education, Technology

<p>No one in psychology, education, or virtually any field can escape the rapid influence of technology. With so many young people being considered “digital natives,” it falls on the professional class to interpret and mediate the effect of these technological changes in our disciplines; we can better understand what is gained, as well as what is lost, in these transformations. Sherry Turkle, a psychologist who has a long history of writing for the popular press on psychology and technology, has been in the forefront of explaining technological and psychological concepts, including identity (2005), cognitions (2009), and interpersonal relations (2011).</p> <p>In Technology Innovations for Behavioral Education , a slim volume of only 67 text pages, Gregerson, as editor, provides seven articles, a foreword, and a preface that cover examples of the role of technology in education, health, and mental health. The range of topics is quite broad.</p> <p>In the first brief introductory article, Gurung outlines the evolution of technology in education. Next, Gregerson presents her use of film media in higher education. Ring then presents a case example using technology in multicultural family medical education, discussing virtual classrooms and communities of practice. Wallin proposes guidelines for use in Internet http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png PsycCRITIQUES PsycCRITIQUES®

Psychology, Behavior, Education, Technology

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<p>No one in psychology, education, or virtually any field can escape the rapid influence of technology. With so many young people being considered “digital natives,” it falls on the professional class to interpret and mediate the effect of these technological changes in our disciplines; we can better understand what is gained, as well as what is lost, in these transformations. Sherry Turkle, a psychologist who has a long history of writing for the popular press on psychology and technology, has been in the forefront of explaining technological and psychological concepts, including identity (2005), cognitions (2009), and interpersonal relations (2011).</p> <p>In Technology Innovations for Behavioral Education , a slim volume of only 67 text pages, Gregerson, as editor, provides seven articles, a foreword, and a preface that cover examples of the role of technology in education, health, and mental health. The range of topics is quite broad.</p> <p>In the first brief introductory article, Gurung outlines the evolution of technology in education. Next, Gregerson presents her use of film media in higher education. Ring then presents a case example using technology in multicultural family medical education, discussing virtual classrooms and communities of practice. Wallin proposes guidelines for use in Internet
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