About the Journal

A biannual Journal of Psychology in the Digital Age

The 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). The topics include current research, applied science and practice as well as upcoming technological developments.

The main focuses are put on systematic quantitative research synthesis, children and adolescents and technology-based interventions. Yet, the journal’s scope is not limited to these subjects; we also invite contributions from other topics in the broader field of Digital Psychology (e.g., e-Learning, computer-based assessments, computer-mediated communication, Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality) for submission. The journal is comprised of two issues per year and includes articles (reviews and original research, letters and spotlight-communications) in English and in German. Therefore, professionals with an interest in a psychological perspective on digital media will find this journal to be of high interest.