Pilot study of the influence of a communicator’s speech characteristics on a recipient’s willingness to maintain interaction in cross-cultural online communication.
Postnonclassical methodology and application of virtual reality technologies in social research.
The correlation between a passion for computer games and the school performance of younger schoolchildren.
Psychological prerequisites and effects of using multimedia content in the mass media.
Media psychology: Modern man and nonlocality of psyche.
Assessment of the digital competence in Russian adolescents and parents: Digital Competence Index.
Using videogames to treat childhood obesity.
Playing life away: Videogames and personality structure.
The information security of children: Self-regulatory approaches.
Higher mental functions and time perception in internet-addicted teenagers.
Psychology of computerization as a step towards the development of cyberpsychology.
Distributed creative activity: expanding Tikhomirov’s original notion of creative activity.
Psychological aspects of the content strategies of the Russian media.
The effect of the «last drop»: on the question of the media’s ability to have a harmful impact on the audience.
The role of television in cultivating the values of pluralism and cultural diversity in children.
Women’s advancement in journalism: psychological characteristics.
The media and the individual: economic and psychological interrelations.
Mass media as an Effective Tool for Prevention of Socio-psychological Factors in the Development of Terrorism.
From We-Media to I-Media: Identity Transformations in the Virtual World.
Technologies of Virtual Reality in Psychology of Sports of Great Advance: Theory, Practice and Perspectives.