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Internet Acronyms, Abbreviations and Emoticons
A note from Dr. Benet

Dr. William BenetAssessment Psychology Online is viewed by all kinds of users 3,000 times a day. Many are  looking for information on psychological assessment and testing, but many are looking only for information on Internet abbreviations and emoticons. So, what's the connection between this and psychology? When I created this page around 1998, I had little inkling that it would become one of the most popular pages on Assessment Psychology Online. The truth is, I thought that I and perhaps some of my colleagues on our online professional forums would be the only ones interested! You see, the reason I created the Internet glossary page was to provide me--and my colleagues--with a singe, convenient reference for the new shorthand of the Internet. From, what I can tell, most visitors to this page are not psychologists and they are done leave without visiting the rest of the site. And that's fine with me, because this page is not just for psychologists. It's for everyone who is looking for a comprehensive list of Internet acronyms, abbreviations and emoticons--professionals, educators, students, parents, and everyone who participates in online discussion groups or who needs a reference for deciphering the many cryptic jottings that are the idiom of the Internet. Use and enjoy!--Dr. Benet ;-)

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