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Essay Discussing the Relationship Between loneliness Social Anxiety and Problematic Internet Use With Reference to Psychological Wellbeing

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Over the last decade, the increase in the amount of Internet usage globally, reasons for Internet use, and how the Internet is utilized has both grown and transformed significantly, which in turn has shaped new patterns of interpersonal communication and social interaction. The growing use of the Internet as a social and communication medium has been paralleled by an interest in how excessive Internet use may impact psychological wellbeing, and the effect the increase in usage may have on social relationships remains a matter of intense debate....

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Psychology Internet culture Psychiatry Behavioural sciences Intimate relationships Behavioral addiction Communication Internet addiction disorder Pornography Loneliness Cyberpsychology Social networking service
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Psychology Internet culture Psychiatry Behavioural sciences Intimate relationships Behavioral addiction Communication Internet addiction disorder Pornography Loneliness Cyberpsychology Social networking service
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Over the last decade, the increase in the amount of Internet usage globally, reasons for Internet use, and how the Internet is utilized has both grown and transformed significantly, which in turn has shaped new patterns of interpersonal communication and social interaction. The growing use of the Internet as a social and communication medium has been paralleled by an interest in how excessive Internet use may impact psychological wellbeing, and the effect the increase in usage may have on social relationships remains a matter of intense debate. (Tzavela & Mavromati, 2013; Weinstein & Lejoyeux, 2010). There remains considerable debate about the existence of Internet addiction (IA), and variations exist in both the definition of, terminology used, and the ...
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