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Media Models to Foster Collective Human Coherence in the PSYCHecology

by Stephen Brock Schafer

Media Models to Foster Collective Human Coherence in the PSYCHecology Synopsis

Modern populations are superficially aware of media potentials and paraphernalia, but recent events have emphasized the general ignorance of the sentient media. Advertising has long been suspected of cognitive manipulation, but emergent issues of political hacking, false news, disinformation campaigns, lies, neuromarketing, misuse of social media, pervasive surveillance, and cyber warfare are presently challenging the world as we know it. Media Models to Foster Collective Human Coherence in the PSYCHecology is an assemblage of pioneering research on the methods and applications of video games designed as a new genre of dream analogs. Highlighting topics including virtual reality, personality profiling, and dream structure, this book is ideally designed for professionals, researchers, academicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, sociologists, media specialists, game designers, and students hoping for the creation of sustainable social patterns in the emergent reality of energy and information.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781522590651
Publication date: 30th April 2019
Author: Stephen Brock Schafer
Publisher: IGI Global
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 350 pages
Categories: Cognitive science, Cognition & cognitive psychology, Media studies,

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