Digital Art Therapy and Media Psychology

From Wikiwand: "Media psychology is the branch of psychology that focuses on the interaction of human behavior and media and technology. Media psychology is not restricted to mass media or media content; it includes all forms of mediated communication and media technology-related behaviors, such as the use, design, impact and sharing behaviors. This branch is a relatively new field of study because of advancement in technology. It uses various methods of critical analysis and investigation to develop a working model of a user's perception on media experience. These methods are used for society as a whole and on an individual basis."


The history and development of media psychology overlaps and integrates many different domains including media studies, communication science, anthropology, education, and psychology, among others. As the field of digital art therapy grows, the concept of media psychology becomes more important for all practitioners who apply digital technology within therapy and as social media's influence continues to evolve. 

Wikiwand Media Psychology: History, Theories and Practice
Download this public domain article on media psychology to learn more about the history and development of this field.
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