Aiken, M.P., Mc Mahon, C. Haughton, C. & O’Neill, L. (accepted). A consideration of the social impact of cybercrime: Examples from hacking, piracy, and child pornography online. Contemporary Social Science.

Mc Mahon, C., & Aiken, M. (2015). Introducing digital wellness: Bringing cyberpsychological balance to healthcare and information technology. In First International Workshop on Mobile Technology for Healthcare. Edge Hill University, Liverpool, UK.

Mc Mahon, C. (2015). Why do we ‘like’ social media? The Psychologist, 28(9), 724–729.

Aiken, M., & Mc Mahon, C. (2014). The cyberpsychology of Internet facilitated organised crime (Appendix A3). In The Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment (iOCTA) (pp. 81–87). The Hague: Europol.

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