The LCCH Podcast - #49
Release Date: 12/30/2016
In today’s show and as we head towards the end of 2016 we look at internet trolls, what makes them tick, and we have a humorous look at the true consequences of receiving the gifts given in the carol The Twelve days of Christmas.
Internet troll references:
Bishop, J. (2013). The effect of de-individuation of the Internet Troller on Criminal Procedure implementation: An interview with a Hater. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 7(1), 28.
Buckels, E. E., Trapnell, P. D., & Paulhus, D. L. (2014). Trolls just want to have fun. Personality and individual Differences, 67, 97-102.
Maltby, J., Day, L., Hatcher, R. M., Tazzyman, S., Flowe, H. D., Palmer, E. J., Frosch, C., O’Reilly, M., Jones, C., Buckley, C., Knieps, M., & Cutts, K. (2015). Implicit theories of online trolling: Evidence that attention‐seeking conceptions are associated with increased psychological resilience. British Journal of Psychology.
Nevin, A.d. (2015). Cyber-Psychopathy: Examining the Relationship between Dark E-Personality and Online Misconduct. Online thesis
The Twelve Days of Psychotherapy:
The Twelve Days of Christmas by Debra Hill Music:
The Twelve Days of Christmas by The Good Tidings: