Internet addiction and self-evaluated attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder traits among Japanese college students.

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Psychiatry and clinical neurosciences, ISSN: 1440-1819, Vol: 70, Issue: 12, Page: 567-572

Publication Year:
2016
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https://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/sph_facpub/53
PMID:
27573254
DOI:
10.1111/pcn.12454
Author(s):
Tateno, Masaru; Teo, Alan R.; Shirasaka, Tomohiro; Tayama, Masaya; Watabe, Motoki; Kato, Takahiro A.
Publisher(s):
Wiley-Blackwell
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Neuroscience; Medicine; Community Health and Preventive Medicine; Other Public Health
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Internet addiction (IA), also referred to as Internet use disorder, is a serious problem all over the world, especially in Asian countries. Severe IA in students may be linked to academic failure, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and forms of social withdrawal, such as hikikomori. In this study, we performed a survey to investigate the relation between IA and ADHD symptoms among college students.