Psychology of Scams Insight: Why We Fall For Phishing Emails — And How We Can Protect Ourselves

2020-02-11T17:08:00-05:00February 11th, 2020|Categories: Articles Written For The Public, For Scam Victims, Psychology of Scams, Scam Psychology In The News|Tags: , |

Psychology of Scams Insight: Why We Fall For Phishing Emails — And How We Can Protect Ourselves Author: Lauren Schenkman Date: Jan 30, 2020 Audience: Scam Victims Language: American English Keywords: Phishing Scams, Social Engineering Abstract: New research on the psychology behind phishing reveals where some of our biases and weak points lie. By being [...]

Research Paper: Fear of Cybercrime in Europe – Examining the Effects of Victimization and Vulnerabilities by Suvi M. Virtanen

2020-02-04T12:57:12-05:00February 4th, 2020|Categories: For Academics & Researchers, For Assistance & Support Providers, Psychology of Scams, Research Published, Victimization|Tags: , , , , , |

Research Paper: Fear of Cybercrime in Europe - Examining the Effects of Victimization and Vulnerabilities by Suvi M. Virtanen Originally published by The Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, Published online May 16 2017 Abstract This study utilizes aspects of Ferraro's risk interpretation model in order to examine how social and [...]

Research Paper: Do You Love Me? Psychological Characteristics of Romance Scam Victims by Monica T. Whitty, Ph.D.

2020-02-04T12:24:45-05:00February 4th, 2020|Categories: For Academics & Researchers, For Assistance & Support Providers, For Scam Victims, Psychology of Scams, Research Published, Victimization|Tags: , , , , , , |

Research Paper: Do You Love Me? Psychological Characteristics of Romance Scam Victims by Monica T. Whitty, Ph.D. Published in: CYBERPSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIOR, AND SOCIAL NETWORKING Volume 21, Number 2, 2018 Abstract The online dating romance scam is an Advance Fee Fraud, typically conducted by international criminal groups via online dating sites and social networking sites. This [...]

Article: Use the Force: How Magicians Can Control Your Decisions

2019-07-17T06:11:39-04:00July 17th, 2019|Categories: Articles Written For The Public, Monographs / White Papers, Psychology of Scams, Scam Psychology In The News, Type Of Document|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Article: Use the Force: How Magicians Can Control Your Decisions Author: Alex Stone Date: September 11, 2012 Audience: All Language: American English Keywords:  Magicians, Use of Force, Manipulation, Scam Manipulation & Control, How Scammers Can Control Victims, Manipulate, Susceptibility   Article: Use the Force: How Magicians Can Control Your Decisions Reprinted To Maintain Access From [...]

Scam Thesis From SCARS|RSN: Psychology Of Scams: Equivocation – The Magician’s Choice – The Arts Of Manipulation

2020-02-04T13:26:00-05:00July 16th, 2019|Categories: For Scam Victims, Psychology of Scams, Video|Tags: , , , , |

Scam Thesis From SCARS: Psychology Of Scams: Equivocation - The Magician's Choice - The Arts Of Manipulation The following is a Scam Thesis or Position Document Developed by the SCARS|RSN Team and Published on RomanceScamsNow.com » Many Victims Believed That They Made Their Own Choices During The Scam They Frequently Cannot Forgive Themselves Because Of It [...]

Technical Report: Understanding Scam Victims – Seven Principles For Systems Security

2019-07-09T06:03:56-04:00July 9th, 2019|Categories: For Academics & Researchers, Monographs / White Papers, Psychology of Scams, Research Published, Scam Criminology|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Technical Report: Understanding Scam Victims - Seven Principles For Systems Security Authors: Frank Stajano, Paul Wilson, University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory  Date: August 2009 Audience: All Audiences  Language: British English Keywords: Understanding Scam Victims, Victims of Online Scams, Systems Security, Cybercrime, Cybersecurity, Frank Stajano, Paul Wilson, University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory Abstract: The success of [...]

Psychology Of Scams: A Candid Discussion Of Grief By Nora McInerny – TED Talk [Video]

2019-07-09T01:26:16-04:00July 8th, 2019|Categories: For Scam Victims, Media, Psychology of Scams, Video|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Psychology Of Scams: A Candid Discussion Of Grief By Nora McInerny - TED Talk [Video] The Grief That Follows Any Major Traumatic Event, Such As The Loss Of A Loved One Can Be Profound - Even If The Person Is Not Real They Were Present In A Victim'S Life. This video may be difficult to [...]

Research Paper-Report: The Psychology Of Scams – Provoking And Committing Errors Of Judgement

2019-07-06T09:23:34-04:00July 6th, 2019|Categories: For Academics & Researchers, For Assistance & Support Providers, Monographs / White Papers, Psychology of Scams, Research Published, Victimization|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Research Paper-Report: The Psychology Of Scams - Provoking And Committing Errors Of Judgement Author: Prepared for the Office of Fair Trading by the University of Exeter School of Psychology Date: May 2008 Audience: Scam Victims / General Audiences / Government Keywords: Psychology Of Scams, Errors of Judgment, Cognitive And Motivational Processes, Exploit Different Vulnerabilities, Persuasive [...]

Research Paper-Report: Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia

2019-07-06T09:24:10-04:00July 6th, 2019|Categories: For Academics & Researchers, For Scam Victims, Monographs / White Papers, Psychology of Scams, Research Published, Scam Criminology, Victimization|Tags: , , , , , , |

Research Paper-Report, Title: Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia Authors: Catherine Emami, Russell G Smith & Penny Jorna Date: April 5 2019 Audience: Scam Victims / General Audiences / Criminologists / Law Enforcement / Government Keywords: Fraud, Victims, Cybercrime, Victimization, Predicting Scams, Predicting Online Fraud, Australian Government,  Predicting Online Fraud Victimisation In Australia ISSN: 1836-2206 Australian Institute of Criminology [...]

Research Paper-Report: Risk Factors For Advance Fee Fraud Victimisation

2019-07-06T09:26:51-04:00July 6th, 2019|Categories: Psychology of Scams, Scam Criminology, Victimization|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Research Paper-Report: Risk Factors For Advance Fee Fraud Victimisation Authors: Stuart Ross & Russell G Smith Date: August 2011 Audience: Scam Victims / General Audiences / Academic Australian English Keywords: Risk Factors for Victimization, Advance Fee Fraud, 419 Fraud Schemes, Nigerian Scams, Research Paper   Risk Factors For Advance Fee Fraud Victimisation ISSN:  1836-2206 / Published: 08/2011 [...]

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