PsychNology, a journal on the relationship between humans and technology
The term ‘PsychNology’ results from the merge of two words, Psychology and Technology, and has been chosen in order to emphasize the tight relationship connecting the two concepts. It releases three issues a year and publishes orginal papers subject to a review process. It embraces an open access policy to increase accessibility of scientific content and offer colors, videos, off-prints and registration at no cost for readers and authors.
The current issue deals with the digital divide and upcoming issues are planned on emerging trends in cybertherapy, designing technology to meet the needs of the older user, and mobile media and communication.
Past issues have dealt with such topics as usability in electronic environments, body in cyberspace, future interfaces (part a and part b), human-computer interactions, computer support for collaborative learning, and space, place and technology (part a and part b).
(via Nicolas Nova in Pasta & Vinegar)