Editorial: From single to double digits
Kristian Daneback, David Smahel
Volume: 9(4)    Article: 1   doi: 10.5817/CP2015-4-1
Parental regulation of online behavior and cyber aggression: Adolescents’ experiences and perspectives
Sara E. Goldstein
Volume: 9(4)    Article: 2   doi: 10.5817/CP2015-4-2
Perceived differences in knowledge about interactive technology between young adults and their parents
J. Mitchell Vaterlaus, Randall M. Jones, Sarah Tulane
Volume: 9(4)    Article: 3   doi: 10.5817/CP2015-4-3
A review of pornography use research: Methodology and results from four sources
Michael Gmeiner, Joseph Price, Michael Worley
Volume: 9(4)    Article: 4   doi: 10.5817/CP2015-4-4
Social networking’s peril: Cognitive absorption, social networking usage, and depression
Stoney Brooks, Phil Longstreet
Volume: 9(4)    Article: 5   doi: 10.5817/CP2015-4-5
Analysing people with head and neck cancers’ use of online support groups
Eamar E. Algtewi, Janine Owens, Sarah R. Baker
Volume: 9(4)    Article: 6   doi: 10.5817/CP2015-4-6

Call for papers for a new special issue: Internet use and disability – risks, opportunities and challenges
This special issue welcomes contributions that discuss Internet usage among people with disabilities from a broad range of perspectives and contexts: Internet use as possibility or/and risk, barriers and opportunities for Internet use, implications for practice, policy, or theory, in family, in school, in social work and/or other parts of society, children, youth, adults and older people, people’s own voices. Download call for papers here.

Emma Sorbring, guest editor
Martin Molin, guest editor


Call for papers for a new special issue: Internet Addictions
This special issue invites papers that build upon our understanding of the Internet addiction which, in different contexts, may be described as excessive Internet use, online addiction, addictive behaviour, etc. Download call for papers here.

David Smahel, editor
Michael Dreier, guest editor
Daniel King, guest editor


Dear researchers, colleagues, and readers interested in research on cyberspace,

We are delighted to present the December issue of Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace (4-2015). While it is the last issue of the year, it is also the last issue in the single digits – 2016 marks an anniversary because we are moving into the 10th volume of the journal and 10 years of publishing research on cyberspace! Topics have been diverse throughout the years, although some trends are becoming visible as we are starting to get a substantial archive of published articles. Contrary to this issue – which comprises of four articles from the United States and one from the United Kingdom – we usually have a mix of authors from various parts of the world. Nevertheless, we can see that the number of submissions from the U.S. has increased. Each year we set new records in terms of the number of submitted manuscripts and, while it generates more work for the editorial office, we are grateful that so many researchers consider our journal as an outlet for their work. We are also told by several universities across Europe that the journal is on the list of “accepted” journals for publication.

Read the full editorial here.

Kristian Daneback, associate editor
David Smahel, editor