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Fear and Logging in the Internet of Things

Qi Wang, Wajih Ul Hassan, Adam Bates, Carl Gunter
2018 Proceedings 2018 Network and Distributed System Security Symposium   unpublished
In this work, we present ProvThings, a platform-centric approach to centralized auditing in the Internet of Things.  ...  As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to proliferate, diagnosing incorrect behavior within increasinglyautomated homes becomes considerably more difficult.  ...  This work was supported in part by NSF CNS grants 15-13939, 13-30491, and 16-57534. The views expressed are those of the authors only.  ... 
doi:10.14722/ndss.2018.23282 fatcat:bugih7tctrggnpwlcnkdbvanwa

The FOMO Syndrome and the Perception of Personal Needs in Contemporary Society

Liliana Luca, Stefan Lucian Burlea, Ana-Catalina Chirosca, Ioana Maria Marin, Alexandru Bogdan Ciubara, Anamaria Ciubara
2020 Brain: Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience  
The development of social media and technological devices have led to a series of new events in the spectrum of mental illnesses.  ...  This disorder is in the same category as social anxiety, and the obsessive-compulsive component is probably the factor that contributes to the diminishing of the social circle of individuals and their  ...  The FOMO Syndrome and the Perception of Personal Needs in Contemporary … Liliana LUCA, et al.  ... 
doi:10.18662/brain/11.1sup1/27 fatcat:okckacg5tbgqthiwxti6cg3rfe

Page 10 of NRB: National Religious Broadcasters Vol. 30, Issue 7 [page]

1998 NRB: National Religious Broadcasters  
Sailing the High Seas In the first month of operation — and without any promotion — more than 5000 Internet users logged on to CPR.  ...  Many in the Chris- tian community have questioned the “pirate” nomenclature, fearing CPR is a pirate broadcaster engaging in illegal and unethical behavior.  ... 


Simon Mayer, Florian Michahelles
2017 Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on the Internet of Things - IoT '17  
We demonstrate the application of this system in a goal-driven manufacturing use case and discuss its applicability to the monitoring of smart environments in users' homes.  ...  Production processes in factories increasingly involve dynamic interactions between individual manufacturing devices that allow processes to evolve and enable rapid reconfigurations for the mass-customization  ...  IoT '17 As ever more smart devices at home and at the workplace will get connected to the Internet of Things, users might easily lose track of interactions between the devices in their environment.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3131542.3140278 dblp:conf/iot/MayerM17 fatcat:uw77kqrcnrbj3mcrpp3vfjja34

Cyberbullying a modern form of bullying: let's talk about this health and social problem

Pietro Ferrara, Francesca Ianniello, Alberto Villani, Giovanni Corsello
2018 Italian Journal of Pediatrics  
Pediatricians should be trained to play a major role in caring for and supporting the social and developmental well-being of children.  ...  Cyberbullying should also be considered as a cause for new onset psychological symptoms, somatic symptoms of unclear etiology or a drop in academic performance.  ...  The legislation provides a specific legal definition of cyberbullying for the first time in Italy, and requires all schools to educate pupils to use the Internet responsibly and to have a member of staff  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13052-018-0446-4 pmid:29343285 pmcid:PMC5772693 fatcat:pqmsflfjzncnjfotfg3pkjmxy4

A New Electronic Path to the Hospital – A Prenatal Observation System [chapter]

Arnim Nethe, Irene Krebs
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This is a faster step in the direction of e-society.  ...  Premature babies represent a particularly endangered group of children. At the same time, their parents are frequently traumatized by the early birth and full of fear for their child.  ...  The solution is simple, does not cost too much time and the user of the Internet platform knows what is happening in these moments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-27260-8_20 fatcat:c3avl6z53jg5refdg7eybpzhsu

The Parental Perspective on the New Media

Sibel Onursoy
2014 Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies  
Recently the use of the Internet by children and adolescents has become very extensive in Turkey.  ...  But in general, the dynamics behind the attractiveness of the Internet are not discussed clearly at the level of children and young people.  ...  Fear of the Internet and its Source The aim of the question about the sources of the fear of the Internet is to see whether the media plays a role in this or not.  ... 
doi:10.29333/ojcmt/2481 fatcat:fcussub4ijgivbf6zc36aensr4

The Three Ages of Internet Studies: Ten, Five and Zero Years Ago

Barry Wellman
2004 New Media & Society  
Bell University Labs, Communication and Information Technologies Ontario, and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada have been the principal supporters of our NetLab research.  ...  Acknowledgements My thanks to Cavecat/Telepresence colleagues who first involved me in this area: Ronald Baecker, Bill Buxton, Janet Salaff, and Marilyn Mantei Tremaine.  ...  Despite Hightower's fears, high levels of internet use have not lured people away from in-person contact.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444804040633 fatcat:pamkt4bfpfapte6t2eueaykzne

Epidemiology and the consequences of fear of missing out (FOMO). The role of general practitioners in early diagnosis, treatment and prevention of FOMO in teenagers and young adults

Anna Citko, General Practice Clinic, University Children's Clinical Hospital in Bialystok, Białystok, Poland, Irena Owsieniuk, School Complex No. 1 named after Marshal of Józef Klemens Piłsudski, Bielsk Podlaski, Poland
2020 Pediatria i Medycyna Rodzinna  
A survey study conducted in a group of 1,060 randomly selected Poles aged 15 and older showed that one in five Internet users from the younger group of subjects had a high FOMO index.  ...  Published reports, mainly concerning education and psychology, imply that FOMO may be a consequence of excessive and incorrect use of the Internet, social media and mobile devices.  ...  Conflict of interest The authors do not report any financial or personal connections with other persons or organisations, which might negatively affect the contents of this publication and/or claim authorship  ... 
doi:10.15557/pimr.2020.0012 fatcat:uteuy2fhf5hafcwznsawki43em

Ethnic Identification Biases Responses to the Padua Inventory for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Monnica T. Williams, Eric Turkheimer, Karen M. Schmidt, Thomas F. Oltmanns
2005 Assessment (Odessa, Fla.)  
Factor analysis replicated prior work indicating the PI consists of four factors: contamination fears, checking behaviors, impaired control over thoughts, and fear of losing control over impulses.  ...  Cultural practices and fear of being negatively stereotyped may contribute to item bias.  ...  Summary and Future Directions There are significant differences in the way Blacks and Whites respond to OCD questionnaires, especially in the areas of contamination fears and checking.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1073191105275620 pmid:15914719 fatcat:zp6bmvenfzf5nkjzo3zdmejfo4

Third Internet Conference on Salivarian Trypanosomes and Trypanosomatids

A.M.R Dávila, A Ganguli, K.M Tyler
2001 International Journal of Parasitology  
This tone is a positive re¯ection of the ®eld in which we work and is one of the best things both about working on trypanosomiasis and about putting together this conference.  ...  None of these fears were borne out, in fact although we created a facility to moderate the discussion in case of trouble we never had a need to use it.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0020-7519(01)00140-0 fatcat:qn7ix2qlqndwbprbocw7bxfgim

Personal Fear of Death and Grief in Bereaved Mothers

Peter Barr, Joanne Cacciatore
2008 Death Studies  
Fear of the Unknown, Fear of Premature Death, and Fear of Conscious Death made significant unique contributions to the variance in maternal grief.  ...  The fear of death operative in maternal grief seems to be the fear of personal extinction. "We fear death-and that is why we reproduce after our kind"  ...  The M and SD values in parentheses are data from Neimeyer and Moore (1994).as ''I am afraid of dying very slowly''; Fear of the Dead (6 items) includes items, such as ''I am afraid of things which have  ... 
doi:10.1080/07481180801974752 pmid:18767237 fatcat:x56fq527ubbbtg3yr7uwa73pxm

Predicting Mental Health Status Based on Web Usage Behavior [chapter]

Tingshao Zhu, Ang Li, Yue Ning, Zengda Guan
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We find that the accuracy is about 72.9%−83.1%, which demonstrates it is applicable and feasible to identify each individual's mental health status by analyzing his/her Web usage behaviors.  ...  To build a predicting model for mental health status based on Web Usage Behavior, we collect data from 571 first-year graduate students using our own Internet Usage Behavior Check-List (IUBCL) and Psychological  ...  The authors gratefully acknowledges the generous support from Research-Education Joint Project, Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23620-4_22 fatcat:kkuo5zjdl5bydlvtpfxvhivocy

How Do Adolescents Use Electronic Diaries? A Mixed-Methods Study Among Adolescents With Depressive Symptoms

Kiki Metsäranta, Marjo Kurki, Maritta Valimaki, Minna Anttila
2019 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Depression in adolescence is common. Less than half of the adolescents with depression receive mental health care; furthermore, treatment tends to be suspended, and its success rates are low.  ...  Foundation (#5920), and the Foundations' Professor Pool.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was funded by the Academy of Finland (#8214245), The Hospital District of Southwest Finland (#13893), The Paulo Foundation, the Finnish Cultural Foundation, the Yrjö Jahnsson  ... 
doi:10.2196/11711 pmid:30785408 pmcid:PMC6401669 fatcat:uaitlfld5bbd5kvne26wwffrz4


Kerry O'Regan
2019 Online Learning  
One reason for this may be a lack of clarity in defining emotion. In fact there are other perspectives on how emotion and cognition, emotion and learning, are related.  ...  Evidence from the literature and from the interviews positions emotion as central and essential to the teaching/ learning process.  ...  As Polly said: I wrote things I was proud of. And also there was pride in managing this environment despite my fears.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v7i3.1847 fatcat:jba6kfrthjhcdgl4hyagvvyegy
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