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Peer attachment, sexual experiences, and risky online behaviors as predictors of sexting behaviors among undergraduate students
Cybercrime and Digital Forensics: An Introduction
This book discusses the evolution of Digital Forensics, legal challenges in Digital Forensic Investigations, and the future of Cybercrime, Terror, and Policy.
Differentiating Cyberbullies and Internet Trolls by Personality Characteristics and Self-Esteem
- Lauren A. Zezulka, Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar
- PsychologyJ. Digit. Forensics Secur. Law
- 30 September 2016
This study was the first to investigate whether individual differences and self-esteem discerned between self-reported cyberbullies and/or internet trolls, and yielded low self- esteem, low conscientiousness, and low internal moral values for both cyberbullying and trolling behaviors.
Personality and online environment factors differ for posters, trolls, lurkers, and confessors on Yik Yak
Differentiating Hackers, Identity Thieves, Cyberbullies, and Virus Writers by College Major and Individual Differences
This study examined the personality characteristics of 296 self-reported computer deviants and non-computer deviants with different college majors. Results indicated hackers majoring in the Arts were…
Assessing the relationship between autistic traits and cyberdeviancy in a sample of college students
- Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar, Casey L. O'Quinn, Kellin N. Treadway
- PsychologyBehav. Inf. Technol.
- 1 May 2015
Analysis of an Internet-based anonymous survey measuring self-reported computer deviant behaviour and characteristics associated with Asperger syndrome found individuals who engaged in hacking, identity theft, cyberbullying, and virus writing scored higher on the AQ and reported poorer social skills, poorer communication, and poorer imagination compared to all other individuals engaging in computer deviants.
Distinguishing the viewers, downloaders, and exchangers of Internet child pornography by individual differences: Preliminary findings
- Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar
- PsychologyDigit. Investig.
- 1 December 2014
Assessing the Psychological Well-being and Coping Mechanisms of Law Enforcement Investigators vs. Digital Forensic Examiners of Child Pornography Investigations
- Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar
- 1 September 2018
Previous research indicates law enforcement investigators and digital forensic examiners working child exploitation cases are at an increased risk for experiencing psychological distress; however,…
Low Neuroticism and High Hedonistic Traits for Female Internet Child Pornography Consumers
The relationship between female ICP consumption, neuroticism, hedonism, and race are discussed, along with the study's limitations and future research suggestions in the area of computer deviance.
A comparative forensic analysis of privacy enhanced web browsers and private browsing modes of common web browsers
- Ryan M. Gabet, Kathryn C. Seigfried-Spellar, M. Rogers
- Computer ScienceInt. J. Electron. Secur. Digit. Forensics
- 4 October 2018
Results indicated the enhanced privacy browsers performed about the same as the common browsers in anonymous browsing mode and FTK was the better tool for recovering and viewing browser artefacts for both browser groups.