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HISTORICAL AND RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF STUDIES OF INTERNET-DEPENDENT BEHAVIOR

Il'ina Ve. Vl., Molchanova Ly. Ni.

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the article presents a historical and retrospective analysis of foreign studies of Internet-dependent behavior in the period from the end of the twentieth century to 2009. The author of the article carried out a conditional division of this period into three stages. The aim of the analysis was to assess the influence of researchers ' views on the formation of a modern understanding of the phenomenon of Internet addiction. This review can be useful for systematization and generalization of research on the problem of Internet addiction.

Keywords:

Internet-dependent behavior, psychodiagnostic tools, comorbidity, diagnostic criteria.

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Info authors
Il'ina Ve. Vl.,
305041 Kursk, st.K. Marx, 3, Russian Federation
Molchanova Ly. Ni.,
molchanovaln@kursksmu.net 305041 Kursk, st.K. Marx, 3, Russian Federation