Cyberchology:

Definition: The study of human behavior connected to the emergence and evolution of the Internet in conjunction with the psychology of actions and interactions within a virtual or 'wired' society.

Carl Gustav Jung

Cyberchology is an expression conceived of by Simon Moores to describe the pathology of hacking and cybercrime. The term has now broadened its definition to embrace new patterns of social behavior, which appeared subsequent to the arrival of the Internet.

Such behavior may commonly include the following subjects when they impinge on the world of the Internet:

- Hacking & Information Theft

- Virus Authoring

- Virtual Relationships - (SMS/IM/Internet)

- Sexual Behaviour & Pyschology

- Internet Stalking

- Consumer Behaviour

- Political Expression

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