About the Journal

The scientific Journal “Digital Psychology” is conceptualized as a scholarly journal and a platform for knowledge transfer at the interface between digitalization, new media and psychology and related disciplines (e.g., psychiatry, communication science). We are open to any submissions related to these areas, please read submission guidelines carefully before preparing your manuscript. All manuscripts will be rigorously peer-reviewed by experts in the field.

Editors-in-Chief: Oswald D. Kothgassner, Anna Felnhofer [View full editorial board]

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Current Issue

Published: 2020-11-04

Editorial

Science in Times of COVID-19: Remembering to Tread the Side Paths

Anna Felnhofer; Oswald Kothgassner
Abstract 106 | PDF Downloads 114

Page 1-2

Original Article

Towards a Common Framework for Mediated Embodiment

Laura Aymerich-Franch
Abstract 210 | PDF Downloads 141

Page 3-12

Development of a Multidimensional App-Quality Assessment Tool for Health-Related Apps (AQUA)

Teresa O'Rourke, Rüdiger Pryss, Winfried Schlee, Thomas Probst
Abstract 153 | PDF Downloads 115

Page 13-23

Editorial Special Issue

Digital is the New Normal: The Role of Digital Media during the COVID-19 Crisis

Oswald D. Kothgassner; Thomas Probst
Abstract 174 | PDF Downloads 0

Page 24

Interview

Experts View on Digital Media in Times COVID-19

Oswald D. Kothgassner
Abstract 92 | PDF Downloads 123

Page 25-26

Spotlight-Communication

Provision of Remote Psychotherapy during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Elke Humer, Thomas Probst
Abstract 341 | PDF Downloads 289

Page 27-31

Teletherapy for Adolescent Psychiatric Outpatients: The Soaring Flight of so far Idle Technologies during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Mercedes Huscsava, Paul Plener, Oswald D. Kothgassner
Abstract 249 | PDF Downloads 195

Page 32-35

Letter

Social Media as Vehicle for Conspiracy Beliefs on COVID-19

Andreas Goreis, Oswald D. Kothgassner
Abstract 253 | PDF Downloads 767

Page 36-39

On the Need for Digital Phenotyping to Obtain Insights into Mental States in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Christian Montag, Paul Dagum, Jon D. Elhai
Abstract 160 | PDF Downloads 239

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