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Alison Attrill, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, The University of Wolverhampton

Dr Alison Attrill is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton. She received her PhD in social cognition from St Andrews University in 2005 and now has a research focus on online behaviour, specifically in how individuals present, manipulate and control their online personae through self-disclosure and considered self-presentation in both textual and non-textual computer-mediated communication. Dr Attrill has been published in academic journals including Computers in Human Behavior, and the International Journal of Internet Science, and has presented at social and cyberpsychology conferences, including the Cyberpsychology and Computer Psychology Conference, Bolton, UK.

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Online identities.
Internet -- Psychological aspects.
Social media -- Psychological aspects.