Digital technologies bring both great concerns and great hopes. And the domain of psychic life does not escape this ambivalence. Social networks are accused of making people stupid and video games of encouraging young people to forget all of their daily reality.
As for robots, today they are above all perceived as threats to employment, and even to freedoms. But parallel to these concerns, more and more psychologists and psychiatrists see in these new objects the opportunity to create new mediations.
In this book, the best French experts in digital mediation, and some pioneers of robotic mediation, expose, in clear and precise language, their practices and their results. With Olivier Duris, Yann Leroux, Laura Sarfaty, Frédéric Tordo, Benoit Virole.
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