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Internet-mediated Research

11 June 2020, 13:00-14:30 (Online)

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Internet-mediated research (IMR) is “any research involving the remote acquisition of data from or about human participants using the internet and its associated technologies.” (BPS, 2017, pp3). With online research becoming increasingly commonplace, it is important that IMR is being done ethically and effectively.

This webinar will provide practical steps and guidance on how to plan and conduct different types of IMR appropriately. This will include reactive approaches (e.g., online surveys, and interviews) and non-reactive approaches (e.g., observations using online data).


Dr Linda Kaye (Chair of BPS Cyberpsychology Section) BPS Chartered Psychologist Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Edge Hill University Her research focuses on the ways in which online settings can promote social inclusion and well-being. Specifically, she researches social identities and stereotypes in digital gaming; social affordances in online settings and how online behaviours are related to perceptions and processing.

How to Register

Registration is now open and available online only.

In order to register for the event, you will need to sign in using your BPS log in details. If you are not a returning customer, you will need to create an account.

Fees incl. VAT.

  • Cyberpsychology Section Member £15
  • Society Member £25
  • Non-Society Member £50



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