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Internet addiction

by Hannah O. Price

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Published by Nova Science Publisher"s, Inc. in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementeditors, Hannah O. Price
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC569.5.I54 I54 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24384334M
ISBN 109781611220582
LC Control Number2010037898
OCLC/WorldCa664352892

This book combines a scholarly introduction with state-of-the-art research in the characterization of Internet addiction. It is intended for a broad audience including scientists, students and practitioners. The first part of the book contains an introduction to Internet addiction and their pathogenesis. Personality, Internet Addiction, and Other Technological Addictions: An Update of the Research Literature: /ch There has been a significant shift from the view that addictions are disorders involving compulsive drug usage to a view that non-substance related behaviorsAuthor: Zaheer Hussain, Halley M. Pontes.

  Internet addiction is a behavioral addiction in which a person becomes dependent on use of the Internet, or other online devices, as a maladaptive way of coping with life's stresses. Internet addiction is becoming widely recognized and acknowledged, particularly in countries where it is affecting large numbers of people, such as South Korea, where it has been declared a national health problem.   Internet addiction, just like other addictions, doesn't have a clear cause. But several factors can play a role. We'll go over everything you need to know about this relatively new behavioral.

Young adults (and plenty of not-so-young adults) are addicted to the Internet. No surprise there. It’s easy for parents and teachers, politicians and pundits to brush off Internet addiction as a harmless, inevitable consequence of the digital age, a small price to pay for carrying the .   This approach to overcome internet addiction was. To Beat Smartphone Addiction It Was Recommended To. Write down the apps that you want to use on a piece of paper. Rate the addictiveness of these apps on a scale from 1 to Delete every app that is rated 7 or more.


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Internet addiction by Hannah O. Price Download PDF EPUB FB2

Internet Addiction: A Handbook and Guide to Evaluation and Treatment "This book provides cutting-edge coverage by expanding the field to include specific problems such as online gaming, cybersex addiction, and gambling addiction.

Its extensive attention to dealing with adolescents is essential, given the rapid rise in media and technology use /5(11). Leveraging proven recovery techniques, this invaluable book will help and serve as a useful clinical guide for therapists.

A Therapist's Guide to Assess and Treat Internet Addiction This comprehensive book outlines the symptoms and risk factors Internet addiction book with Internet addiction. Shteyngart seizes on nascent fears of online addiction and the internet’s dark side. Revisiting it now, the book reads less like science fiction, more like an account of a Faustian pact we’ve.

Internet Addiction: A Handbook and Guide to Evaluation and Treatment "This book provides cutting-edge coverage by expanding the field to include specific problems such as online gaming, cybersex addiction, and gambling addiction.

Its extensive attention to dealing with adolescents is essential, given the rapid rise in media and technology use by both Net Generation young. This book is a fantastic book for trying to get rid of this addiction to the internet that more and more people are starting to suffer with for me it playing games online on my ps3 which is something that takes up many hours of my time and when I’m Internet addiction book on my ps3 I’m on the laptop when I worked it out I was spending around 10 hours a day on 4/4(8).

Internet Addiction: A Handbook and Guide to Evaluation and Treatment This book provides cutting-edge coverage by expanding the field to include specific problems such as online gaming, cybersex addiction, and gambling addiction. Its extensive attention to dealing with adolescents is essential, given the rapid rise in media and technology use by both Net Generation young adults and iGeneration.

John M. Grohol, Psy.D. John Grohol is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Psych Central. He is a psychologist, author, researcher, and expert. About Internet Addiction. Internet addiction is an impulse control disorder that does not involve use of any drug and it is quite similar to pathological et addicts develop an emotional attachment to on-line friends and get addicted to activities they create on the Internet addiction is an impulse control disorder that does not involve use of any drug and it is quite similar to.

Current knowledge about effective internet addiction treatment is limited. This book explores how 20 international internet addiction therapy experts experience.

Internet Addiction: A Handbook and Guide to Evaluation and Treatment "This book provides cutting-edge coverage by expanding the field to include specific problems such as online gaming, cybersex addiction, and gambling : Wiley. Dr. Kimberly S.

Young, PsyD, is the primary researcher to have brought clinical attention to the issue of problematic Internet use in She is also the author of Caught in the Net, the first book to address Internet addiction. Cristiano Nabuco de Abreu is the director of the Ambulatório Integrado dos Transtornos do Impulso (Integrated Impulse Disorders Outpatient Unit) at the.

the physical risk factors involved with an addiction to the Internet are comparatively minimal yet notable. While time is not a direct function in defining Internet addiction, generally addicted users are likely to use the Internet anywhere from forty to eighty hours per week.

In her book “Internet Addiction: Symptoms, Evaluation, and Treatment”, Young offers some treatment strategies which are already known from the cognitive-behavioral approach: (a) practice opposite time of Internet use (discover patient’s patterns of Internet use and disrupt these patterns by suggesting new schedules), (b) use external Cited by: The Internet itself is a neutral device originally designed to facilitate research among academic and military agencies.

However, how some people have come to use this communication medium has created a stir among the mental health community by great discussion of Internet addiction. Addictive use of the Internet is a new and rapidly growing. This addiction is a badge of honour, a status symbol.

What about real addiction. Much has been written about Internet addiction. According to Jerald Block (“Issues for DSM-V: Internet Addiction”, ), South Korea is a country that takes this affliction very seriously. in my opinion, this book fits the category you are asking Internet Addiction: A Handbook and Guide to Evaluation and Treatment "This book provides cutting-edge coverage by expanding the field to include specific problems such as online gaming, cyb.

In book: The Internet in China ss: Cultural, Political and Social Dimensions, Chapter: Internet Addiction, Publisher: Berkshire, Editors: Ashley Esarey, Randolph Kluver, pp Internet addiction disorder (IAD) also known as problematic internet use or pathological internet use is generally defined as problematic, compulsive use of the internet, that results in significant impairment in an individual's function in various life domains over a prolonged period of time.

This and other relationships between digital media use and mental health have been under considerable. Internet Addiction: A Handbook and Guide to Evaluation and Treatment "This book provides cutting-edge coverage by expanding the field to include specific problems such as online gaming, cybersex addiction, and gambling addiction.

Its extensive attention to dealing with adolescents is essential, given the rapid rise in media and technology use by both Net Generation young/5. "This book, on a topical issue, needed to be written.

A well-researched, well-organized, concise book about a complex issue that plagues societies around the world. Internet Addiction is divided into four sections: Description, Theories and Model of Internet Addiction, Diagnosis and.

The book presents a session treatment plan for Internet and gaming addiction using the method and setting with the best evidence: group CBT.

Printable tools in .Internet addiction is characterized by excessive or poorly controlled preoccupations, urges or behaviours regarding computer use and internet access that lead to impairment or distress.Internet Addiction is a “psychological dependence on the Internet” (Chou et al, ).

Internet Addiction has yet to be formally recognized as a mental health illness (Felix, ), Although Internet Addiction appears to be a common disorder that merits inclusion in Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental.