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    Partecipante Assiduo L'avatar di mariposa82
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    Tesi su IAD

    Buongiorno a tutti,

    sono una laureanda in psicologia clinica e della salute . Sto iniziando la tesi sulla dipendenza da internet,argomento che mi ha affascinato molto. Ho molta difficoltà,come penso tutti, a trovare un'ipotesi di ricerca per la mia tesi,che ovviamente è sperimentale!Vorrei,se possibile,avere un consiglio circa testi,linee guida,articoli,riferimenti,etc. per impostare la mia tesi. Per adesso ho consultato molti articoli su siti specializzati navigando con il proxy della mia università e ho raccolto varie informazioni via web. L'argomento è appunto la dipendenza da internet,con un interesse particolare verso i MUD e Le chat rooms.
    Ogni consiglio mi sarà di sicuro utilissimo!
    Ciao a tutti!
    Libértame de mì. Quiero salir de mi alma.

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    Postatore OGM L'avatar di willy61
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    Understanding Online Gaming Addiction and Treatment Issues for Adolescents. By: Young, Kimberly. American Journal of Family Therapy, Oct2009, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p355-372, 18p Abstract: Massive Muti-user Online Role-Playing Games or MMORPGs as they are often called are one of the fastest growing forms of Internet addiction, especially among children and teenagers. Like an addiction to alcohol or drugs, gamers show several classic signs of addiction (Grusser, Thalemann, and Griffiths, 2007). They become preoccupied with gaming, lie about their gaming use, lose interest in other activities just to game, withdrawal from family and friends to game, and use gaming as a means of psychological escape (Leung, 2004). This paper explores the emergence of online gaming addiction and its impact on individuals and families. This paper reviews the nature of online games and what makes them addictive among some players. As computers are relied upon with greater frequency, detecting and diagnosing online gaming addiction may be difficult for clinicians, especially as symptoms of a possible problem may be masked by legitimate use of the Internet. This paper reviews the warning signs of online gaming addiction, adolescent issues involved in gaming addiction, especially as the industry targets youth, and parenting and therapy considerations for this emergent client population. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/01926180902942191 (AN 44155408)
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Extraversion, Impulsivity, and Online Group Membership as Predictors of Problematic Internet Use.
    By: Mottram, Andrew J.; Fleming, Michele J.. CyberPsychology & Behavior, Jun2009, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p319-321, 3p Abstract: The present study investigated predictors of problematic Internet use. Undergraduate students ( N = 272) completed a self-report questionnaire measuring extraversion, impulsivity, online group membership, frequency of use, and gender as predictors of problematic Internet use. Males and females differed significantly in their use of the Internet, with males significantly more likely to be Gamers than were females, and females significantly more likely to be Workers. Professional users reported significantly less problematic Internet use than nonprofessional users. Hierarchical regression analysis indicated that higher frequency of use, lack of perseverance (an aspect of impulsivity), and online group membership significantly predicted problematic Internet use. Given recent concerns about the growth of Internet addiction, this study extends our knowledge of the role played by personality, usage profile, and gender in this developing field of study. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1089/cpb.2007.0170 (AN 41139001)

    Internet Addiction: Metasynthesis of 1996–2006 Quantitative Research.
    By: Byun, Sookeun; Ruffini, Celestino; Mills, Juline E.; Douglas, Alecia C.; Niang, Mamadou; Stepchenkova, Svetlana; Lee, Seul Ki; Loutfi, Jihad; Lee, Jung-Kook; Atallah, Mikhail; Blanton, Marina. CyberPsychology & Behavior, Apr2009, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p203-207, 5p Abstract: This study reports the results of a meta-analysis of empirical studies on Internet addiction published in academic journals for the period 1996–2006. The analysis showed that previous studies have utilized inconsistent criteria to define Internet addicts, applied recruiting methods that may cause serious sampling bias, and examined data using primarily exploratory rather than confirmatory data analysis techniques to investigate the degree of association rather than causal relationships among variables. Recommendations are provided on how researchers can strengthen this growing field of research. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1089/cpb.2008.0102 (AN 37580616)

    Playing MMORPGs: Connections between Addiction and Identifying with a Character.
    By: Smahel, David; Blinka, Lukas; Ledabyl, Ondrej. CyberPsychology & Behavior, Dec2008, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p715-718, 4p Abstract: Addiction to online role-playing games is one of the most discussed aspects of recent cyberpsychology, mainly for its potentially negative impact on the social lives of young people. In our study, we focus on some aspects of youth and adolescent addiction to MMORPGs. We investigated connections between players and their game characters and examined if, and in what ways, player relationship to their character affected potential addiction. Players attitude to their characters seems to play a specific role, since players who tend to be addicted view their characters as being superior and more often wish to be like their characters in their real lives. Our research also confirmed that younger players are generally more prone to addiction. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1089/cpb.2007.0210 (AN 35643988)

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