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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Discrepancies between Self-Reports and Behavior: Fear of Missing Out (FoMO), Self-Reported Problematic Smartphone Use Severity, and Objectively Measured Smartphone Use
Attachment Insecurity and Social Media Fear of Missing Out: The Mediating Role of Intolerance of Uncertainty
Art and Design Education in Times of COVID-19: Distance Learning and the Importance of Interaction and Empathy
Piloting of Virtual Patient-Based Online Self-Study Quizzes for Developing Undergraduate Medical Students’ Clinical Reasoning Skills