Internet refers to the world's largest computer network.
The internet is a global network of interconnected computer networks that enables the exchange of information and communication between computers. In the field of psychology, the internet is often studied as a medium through which people can interact, communicate, and access information.
There are many ways in which the internet can impact psychological processes and behaviors. For example, research has shown that the internet can be a useful tool for connecting people with others who have similar interests or experiences, and can provide a sense of social support and connection. On the other hand, excessive use of the internet and social media has been linked to negative outcomes such as loneliness, social isolation, and addiction.
Other areas of psychology that may be influenced by the internet include online identity and self-presentation, cyberbullying, and the impact of digital media on relationships and communication.