The aim of this study is to shed some light on the complex relationship between cognitive, socio-affective and contextual (i.e. the technology and the way in which it is used) factors, which intervene in the context of prosocial and antisocial behavior, both in the real and virtual world. Results coming from a survey with a sample of 264 subjects show that those who perform victimization on the Internet are more likely to be more dependent on the use of the Internet and stay on social networks for more time in a day. In addition, while the aggressive behavior and the disengagement seem to be more correlated with a detachment towards the victim and therefore to a lower level of affective empathy, the helping behavior seems to be characterized by a greater cognitive capacity and a greater understanding of the other.
|Titolo:||Digital discrimination: An ergonomic approach to emotional education for the prevention of cyberbullying|
DUGUID, ALISON MARGARET (Corresponding)
PALMITESTA, PAOLA (Corresponding)
PARLANGELI, ORONZO (Corresponding)
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