Eco-psychological interactions with the information environment as the condition of subjective well-being
Psychological Institute of RAE, Moscow
This article addresses the problem of interaction with the information environment and its influence on the subjective well-being within the eco-psychological approach. The method of analyzing the eco-psychological interactions of a person with the information environment was used, as well as the Scale of subjective well-being. The survey involved 213 respondents, 53% were women and 47% were men aged 18 to 65 years. The following types of human interaction with the information environment were analyzed: subject-object, subject-subject, quasisubject.
Keywords: information environment; television (TV); Internet; ecopsychological interactions: subject-object, subject-subject, quasi-subjective; subjective well-being.