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Internet Addiction Test - NetAddiction. The Internet Addiction Test (IAT) is the first Validated measure of Internet Addiction described in the IAT Manual to measure Internet use in terms of mild, moderate, to several levels of addiction.

Internet Addiction Test - NetAddiction

For more information on using the IAT and building an Internet Addiction treatment program in your practice, visit for our comprehensive workbook and training programs. Based upon the following five-point likert scale, select the response that best represents the frequency of the behavior described in the following 20-item questionnaire. Internet Addiction. 1.

Internet Addiction

What is Internet addiction? Internet and Computer Addiction: Signs, Symptoms, and Help for Balancing Your Time Online and Off. Cyberaddiction. There's more to cyber dependency than meets the eye. Internet Addiction and Online Addiction. By John M.

Internet Addiction and Online Addiction

Grohol, Psy.D. The Growing Problem Of Smartphone Addiction - TechAddiction. The Consequences Of Smartphone Addiction Smartphone addiction, particularly among children, is altering the way we interact with one another.

The Growing Problem Of Smartphone Addiction - TechAddiction

A member of the Kwon civic group in South Korea, Kim Nam-Hee, asked a classroom of 10 year old students compare the hours they spend on their smartphones with the time they spend interacting with relatives. She found a disturbing gap between the amount of digital and human interaction they were engaging in. The consequences of this are very serious. Human interaction helps a child to develop emotionally and behaviourally in a way that communicating over smartphone cannot. Adults are no less likely to become addicted to their smartphones though, and the costs are no less destructive. Are you a netaholic? Commentaire. Premiere: Stromae Warns Of The Tweetpocalypse In Amazingly Animated "Carmen" Video.

Student 'addiction' to technology 'similar to drug cravings', study finds. Commentaire. Should DSM-V Designate “Internet Addiction” a Mental Disorder? Center for Internet Addiction - Education and Treatment. Is Internet addiction real? If you believe what you read, "Internet addiction" is about to make us a nation of derelicts.

Is Internet addiction real?

Men drooling over online pornography, women abandoning their husbands for chat-room lovers and people losing their life savings on gambling Web sites are just a few of the stories peddled in today's press. But despite the topic's prominence, published studies on Internet addiction are scarce. Most are surveys, marred by self-selecting samples and no control groups. The rest are theoretical papers that speculate on the philosophical aspects of Internet addiction but provide no data. Commentaire. Imbalanced functional link between executive control network and reward network explain the online-game seeking behaviors in Internet gaming disorder : Scientific Reports. Decreased Functional Brain Connectivity in Adolescents with Internet Addiction. Abstract Background Internet addiction has become increasingly recognized as a mental disorder, though its neurobiological basis is unknown.

Decreased Functional Brain Connectivity in Adolescents with Internet Addiction

This study used functional neuroimaging to investigate whole-brain functional connectivity in adolescents diagnosed with internet addiction. Based on neurobiological changes seen in other addiction related disorders, it was predicted that connectivity disruptions in adolescents with internet addiction would be most prominent in cortico-striatal circuitry. Methods. Commentaire. Cyberaddiction Therapy: Treatment of Cyberaddicts: Psychotherapy Los Angeles. First U.S. inpatient treatment center for Internet addiction opening. (MGN-Online) BRADFORD, Pa. — High above the frozen Potomac River in the nation’s capitol, Ryan Van Cleave stood on the Arlington Memorial Bridge, contemplating his life.

First U.S. inpatient treatment center for Internet addiction opening

It was New Year’s Eve 2007, and the married father of two asked himself, “Is this really something I’m thinking about? Is my life really this out of control?” At the precise moment he decided not to jump, Van Cleave slipped on a patch of ice and nearly fell to his death, 100 feet below. Then he took a deep breath and stepped back from the edge. Van Cleave, an accomplished writer and college professor, had been laid off by his prestigious university as he descended into the depths of Internet addiction.

“I got so far into it,” he says, “I couldn’t realize how I got there.” We Need to Break Free From Technology. Balance: Yoga, Meditation, Tech Mindfulness, Corporate & Creative Wellness, Vacations.

Surtout dans un contexte de "mondialisation/globalisation numérique" où l'hyperactivité et la réactivité sont des maîtres-mots, et où le frontières "vie privée"/"vie publique/professionnelle" deviennent quasi-inexistantes. – nnyina_groupe1_psy
C'est un peu la base de tout échange (demande/offre), on ne changera pas le monde depuis la création de la monnaie. Malheureusement – lolivier_psy
C'est qui est dommage, c'est de devoir en arriver là. Ici c'est la demande qui crée l'offre. – barrionuevo_groupe1_psy

Digital Detox® LLC. - Disconnect to Reconnect. Cyber Addiction Recovery Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Culver City, CA 90232. I have 20 years of experience treating children, teens and young adults with anxiety, mood, and impulse control disorders.

Cyber Addiction Recovery Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Culver City, CA 90232

I specialize in internet and video game addiction, Including teen and adult online pornography addiction. I conduct groups for internet and video game addiction. I provide individual, couples, and family counseling focusing on addiction and the underlying problems that create addiction. I utilize cognitive-behavioral therapy and psycho-eductional techniques to treat individuals struggling with addiction, anxiety, mood, and impulse control disorders (with a sub-specialization in OCD).

I also have experience working with adolescents and young adults transitioning to and from residential placements. I am also a certified Relationship Development Intervention consultant and run groups for children, teens, and young adults with autism and related disorders. The information in the Therapy Directory is provided exclusively by participating therapists. How to Help a Video Game Addict.

Playing the occasional video game for fun is typically harmless.

How to Help a Video Game Addict

It is, after all, just one of many recreational activities you and your friends can enjoy together during your leisure time. Besides social entertainment, some games even come with further benefits as they can build decision-making skills, give education and help the general well-being of a person. Unfortunately, many gamers are tempted to escape reality and become so immersed in their games that they need proper treatment and care to recover from this addiction.

Understanding Video Game Addictions. China bans physical punishment for internet addicts. China bans physical punishment for Internet addicts. BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Ministry of Health has banned the use of physical punishment to wean teens off the net, months after a boy was beaten to death at an Internet boot camp.

China bans physical punishment for Internet addicts

Chinese parents have turned to more than 200 organisations offering treatment for Internet "disorders" as the government increasingly warns of unhealthy Internet habits among the young. Many of the camps are imbued with a military atmosphere. Patients are forced to replace hours in front of the computer with arduous physical drills or even more extreme "treatments". "When intervening to prevent improper use of the Internet, we should ... strictly prohibit restriction of personal freedom and physical punishments," the ministry said in a draft guideline for Internet use by minors, posted on its website ( China's Web Junkies - Internet Addiction Documentary - Op-Docs.

Il faut prendre en considération aussi que c'est la Chine. Ils ont une culture, une politique, des valeurs, une histoire, etc, bien différente de chez nous et cela doit jouer énormément sur la balance. – lolivier_psy

  1. sennani_groupe1_psy Apr 10 2015
    : Oups... navrée, j'ai écrit le commentaire sur mon telephone qui s' amuse parfois à changer mes mots... bien évidemment je voulais dire interressante :) @nnyina_groupe1_psy : comme demandé j'ai ajouté une petite note explicative à mon article, j'espère que cela correspond bien à ce que tu en attendais :) Sabrina
  2. sennani_groupe1_psy Apr 10 2015
    Bonjour à tous, Merci de m'avoir ajouter à cette equipe vraiment inintéressante. J'espere bien pouvoir apporter du contenus a cette collection. D'ailleurs mon premier ajout concerne les traitements de chocs contre la cyberaddiction désormais interdit en Chine. Sabrina
  3. nnyina_groupe1_psy Apr 10 2015
    Je t'en prie Laurent. Au moins les francophones comprendront le contenu de nos sources anglophones. Francine