How Technology is Changing Human Behavior: Issues and Benefits

by
C.G. Pradoeditor

C. G. Prado, PhD, FRSC, is emeritus professor of philosophy at Queen's University. His publications include America's Post-Truth Phenomenon and Social Media and Your Brain.

How Technology is Changing Human Behavior: Issues and Benefits

20190430

Praeger

Pages 184
Topics Current Events and Issues: Science and Technology;Psychology;Artificial Intelligence;Cell Phone Overuse;Confusing Access to Information With Understanding and Judgment;Instant Gratification;Phubbing (Ignoring People to Focus on Cellphone);Reproductive Technology and the Concept of Motherhood;Robotization of Jobs;Self-Driving Cars and Human Decision-Making;Sex Robots;Technological Determinism, Teenagers, and the March for Our Lives

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How Technology is Changing Human Behavior: Issues and Benefits

Author(s): C. G. Prado
Contributors: Prado, C.G.;
Abstract:

Explains some of the ways in which technological advances are altering, for better or worse, large-scale human behavior, thought processes, and critical thinking skills.


• Examines existing and emerging technologies

• Covers topics from technology's effects on critical thinking skills to social interaction and intimacy

• Considers how many human jobs will be lost to robots

• Explains how psychology is an integral part of technologies reshaping our behavior

Editor(s): Prado, C.G.;
SortTitle: how technology is changing human behavior: issues and benefits
Keyword(s): Current Events and Issues: Science and Technology; Psychology; Artificial Intelligence; Cell Phone Overuse; Confusing Access to Information With Understanding and Judgment; Instant Gratification; Phubbing (Ignoring People to Focus on Cellphone); Reproductive Technology and the Concept of Motherhood; Robotization of Jobs; Self-Driving Cars and Human Decision-Making; Sex Robots; Technological Determinism, Teenagers, and the March for Our Lives
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C.G. Pradoeditor

C. G. Prado, PhD, FRSC, is emeritus professor of philosophy at Queen's University. His publications include America's Post-Truth Phenomenon and Social Media and Your Brain.

eISBN-13: 9781440869525
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440869518
Imprint: Praeger
Pages: 184
Publication Date: 20190430