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Psychology Kenneth L. Smoke Colloquium - Christopher Barlett

Kenneth L. Smoke Colloquium Series Lecture

Christopher Barlett
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology

You're not as Anonymous Online as You Think”: Experimental, Correlational, Longitudinal, and Meta-Analytic Evidence of the Role that Anonymity Plays in Cyberbullying Perpetration - Intervention Implications

The current talk will center around a decade worth of research examining the role of anonymity in cyberbullying perpetration. Dr. Barlett will be
discussing his experimental, correlational, longitudinal, and meta-analytic findings supporting how anonymity influences cyberbullying before delving into a newly created intervention that aims at reducing perceived online anonymity to reduce cyberbullying perpetration.

Monday, March 2 at 4:00pm to 5:30pm

McCreary Hall 115 Bowen Auditorium

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Target Audience

Students

Topic

Academic

Group
Psychology Department
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