Want to Know Who’s at Risk for Internet Addiction? Click Here
AbstractAlthough empirical research on internet addiction remains in its infancy, it is emerging as an area of considerable interest. The current study was designed to address two research questions:1. Experiment 1: Are personality processes (i.e., appearance, performance, and social self-esteem; satisfaction with life; attributed oppression and felt oppression) a predictor of internet addiction?2. Experiment 2: Is neurocognition (i.e., impulsivity, self-control, attentional blink, executive functioning, memory span, cognitive interference, and inhibition) a predictor of internet addiction?
How to Cite
Krause, P., Kitagawa, B., Ortiz, B., & Anselmo, J. (2014). Want to Know Who’s at Risk for Internet Addiction? Click Here. CSUCI Journal of Undergraduate Research, 1(2). Retrieved from https://journals.calstate.edu/ugjrnl/article/view/2907