Dependência da internet

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Dependência à Internet ou vício pela Internet, ou até vício em internet (em inglês Internet overuse ou Internet addiction disorder, IAD) é um uso patológico do computador no cotidiano moderno atual com finalidade de permanecer-se sempre conectado à Internet.[1] [2] [3]

O termo Internet addiction disorder foi proposto pela primeira vez em 1995 pelo psiquiatra novaiorquino Ivan Goldberg.[4] [5] A IAD refere-se tanto às pessoas que se mantém conectadas à Rede por conta da necessidade quanto as que o fazem por impulso emocional.[6] [7] [8] [9]

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Referências

  1. Internet Addictive Disorder (IAD)Diagnostic Criteria. Página visitada em 2009-01-31.
  2. Internet addiction Disorder: The Mind Prison-types Library.thinkquest.org. Página visitada em 2009-08-09.
  3. Why Internet Addiction Still Doesn’t Exist PsychCentral.com. Página visitada em 2009-09-15.
  4. Internet Addiction? August 8, 1997
  5. Types of Internet addiction?[ligação inativa]
  6. Internet addiction Disorder: The Mind Prison-types 2 Library.thinkquest.org. Página visitada em 2009-11-11.
  7. Internet addiction Disorder: The Mind Prison-types 4 Library.thinkquest.org. Página visitada em 2009-11-11.
  8. Turel, O. & Serenko, A.. (2010). "Is mobile email addiction overlooked?". Communications of the ACM 53 (5): 41–43. DOI:10.1145/1735223.1735237.
  9. eBay Addiction[ligação inativa]

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  • Block, J.J. (2008). "Issues for DSM-V: Internet Addiction". American Journal of Psychiatry. 165:3; March 2008; p. 306-307.
  • Byun, S., et al. (2008). Internet Addiction: Metasynthesis of 1996–2006 Quantitative Research. Cyberpsychology & Behavior, 12, 1-5.available online
  • Caruso, D. (1998). Critics Pick Apart Study on Internet and Depression. available online.
  • Chopra, D. (1997). Overcoming Addictions. New York: Harmony Books.
  • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition. (1994). Washington D.C.: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Dowling, N. A., & Quirk, K. L. (2008). Screening for Internet Dependence: Do the Proposed Diagnostic Criteria Differentiate Normal from Dependent Internet Use? CyberPsychology & Behavior, 12 (1), 1.
  • Garcia Duran, M. (2003, December 14). Internet Addiction Disorder. Allpsych.
  • Grohol, J. M. (1999). Internet Addiction Guide. Psych Central available online.
  • Hansen S. (2002). "Excessive Internet usage or 'Internet Addiction'? The implications of diagnostic categories for student users". Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 18 (2): 232–236.
  • Padilla-Walker, L.M., Nelson, L.J., Carroll, J.S. & Jensen, A.C. (2009). More than just a game: Video game and Internet use during emerging adulthood. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. DOI 10.1007/s10964-008-9390-8.pdf *requires login at BYU*
  • Potera C. (Mar/Apr 1998). "Trapped in the Web?". Psychology Today 31 (2): 66–70.
  • Quinn, M. J. (2009). Ethics for the Information Age (3rd ed.). (M. Hirsch, Ed.) Boston: Pearson.
  • Surratt, Carla G (1999). Netaholics?: the creation of a pathology Commack, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Turel, O., Serenko, A. & Bontis, N. (2011). Family and Work-Related Consequences of Addiction to Organizational Pervasive Technologies. Information & Management, 48(2-3): 88-95. available online
  • University, T. A. (2007, August 18). What exactly is 'Internet Addiction; and What is the Treatment? Science Daily.
  • Welch, E. T. (2001). Addictions: a Banquet in the Grave. Phillipsburg, Pennsylvania: P & R Publishing.
  • Young, Kimberly S. (2001). Caught in the Net: How to Recognize the Signs of Internet Addiction—and a Winning Strategy for Recovery
  • Zur, O. & Zur, A. (2009). On Digital Immigrants & Digital Natives. Zur Institute available online