When a team rarely gets to be in a room together, it misses out on many of the in-person subtle cues that help members make sense of their relationships.
Video games allow players to indulge in simulated behaviours that in the real world would be highly antisocial or unethical, and many people are concerned how this might spill over from the screen to the street.
Six per cent of people across the globe are addicted to the internet, a new study has revealed.
Using social media for personal reasons in the workplace might have a few positive effects, new research indicates.
The workshop will offer a clear and structured introduction to a number of current professional and ethical issues likely to be encountered within psychological practice.
A parent could have a better relationship with their grown-up children if they communicate with them through various channels, according to a new study.
Did a five-day camp without digital devices really boost children's interpersonal skills? Find out on our Research Digest blog.
Teenagers are more likely to indulge in dangerous and deviant behaviour if they play adult-rated video games that glorify risk, according to a new study.
People who wear smart glasses could inadvertently violate the privacy of those around them, new research has indicated.
Spending a short time playing video games every day can make children better-adjusted, a new study has revealed.
You've probably experienced this. You're in the middle of telling your friend a story when his eyes flick across to his phone. Perhaps he even picks it up, checks the screen. "Sorry, go on," he says. But your flow is interrupted.
People are increasingly viewing their mobile phones as a means of expressing their personalities and cultural backgrounds, new research has noted.
Psychology sessions are to feature at a top gaming conference in a bid to demonstrate how the discipline is becoming a big part of the industry.
Emotions spread between users of social networking site Facebook, according to a new study from social scientists in the US.
Children could be facing mental health problems because they spend too much time on the internet, according to a new report
A new study has been launched to investigate whether or not mobile phone use among young people is having a detrimental effect on their brains.
An online resource has been developed by King's College London as part of an effort to improve mental health among university students.
Psychologists are working with Hertfordshire County Council's public health department in an effort to help people be happier and healthier.
Managers could look at employees' personality traits to determine who is likely to become a so-called cyberslacker - someone who works at home and wastes time on the internet.
Regular use of social networking site Twitter could have a damaging effect on couples' relationships, according to new research.
Online gamers may be enjoying an expansion of their social lives, rather than suffering ill-effects because of its contraction, according to new research.