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CyberPsychology Research

Cyberpsychology @ NSU

Cyberpsychology @ NSU is the result of the natural progression of cross-cutting research collaboration between psychological and computer scientists who seek to better understand the human element that drives the entire technological fabric that dictates how our world currently operates. 

CASE_Cyberpsychology.jpgAs a key contributor to the Center of Excellence in Cyber Security at Norfolk State University, CyberPsychology exists within the Cybersecurity Research Complex--a multipurpose research and training facility located at the McDemmond Center for Applied Research (MCAR), as well as an M.S. CyberPsychology graduate program in the College of Liberal Arts.

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Donations for CyberPsychology are greatly appreciated! Your charitable donation is tax deductable* and will go to help support CyberPsychology academic, educational, research, and outreach activities. 
* consult your tax attorney regarding charitable donations in your jurisdiction

The Psychology Department @ NSU hosted the 24th Annual CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference! CYPSY24 took place June 24-26, 2019. More information can be found at:


Cybersecurity Research Complex

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The primary objective of the Research Complex floorplanswithin the Center of Excellence in Cybersecurity has been to develop a cloud-based, big-data analysis capable Cyber Analysis, Simulation and Experimentation Environment (CASE-V) to enhance situational awareness and decision support capabilities for cyber defense and cyber training. The CyberPsychology Research Lab is also located within this physical space, facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration between psychology and computer science faculty.