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Internet addiction

  1. 1. Internet Addiction Kübranur Toplar, Furkan Şevket Kır, Nuran Lekealmaz, Merve Yılmaz
  2. 2. OUTLINE Introduction What is Addiction? What is Internet Addiction? Types of Internet Addiction What makes internet use addictive? Symptoms Consequences
  3. 3. Introduction With the growing importance of the internet in everyday life, more and more people areaccessing various on-line resources each day. The world wide web is informative, convenient, resourceful , fun, but also potentially way for internet addiction.
  4. 4. What isAddiction?
  5. 5. The term "addiction" is used in many contexts todescribe an obsession, compulsion, or excessivepsychological dependence, such as: drug addiction(e.g. alcoholism, nicotine addiction), problemgambling, crime, money, work addiction, compulsiveovereating, Oniomania (compulsiveshopping), computer addiction, video gameaddiction, pornography addiction, televisionaddiction, etc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Addiction
  6. 6. The term addiction is also sometimes applied to compulsions that are not substance-related, such as problem gambling and computer addiction. In thesekinds of common usages, the term addiction is used to describe a recurring compulsion by an individual to engage in some specific activity, despite harmful consequences, as deemed by the user himself to his individual health, mental state, or social life. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Addiction
  7. 7. What is Internet Addiction?
  8. 8. Studies on Internet addiction originated in the US by Dr. KimberlyYoung, who presented the first research onInternet addiction in 1996 at the American Psychological Association’s annual conference held in Toronto in her paper “Internet Addiction: The Emergence of a New Disorder”.
  9. 9. “ Internet addiction is defined asthe compulsive urge to continually use the Net, whether it be to spend hours surfing the Web, hang around in IRC chatrooms, or play on-line games.” In Book Reviews, Chris Mitchell Kimberly S. Young: Caught In The Net
  10. 10. Computer Addiction Internet Addiction disorder Internet Overuse Internet Addiction Pathological Internet UseCompulsive Internet Use Internet Dependence
  11. 11. Types of Internet Addiction
  12. 12. • Web surfer• Pornography/Cyber sexual• Chat rooms/online dating/social networking• Gaming (video/computer) and online gambling
  13. 13. What makes internet use addictive?
  14. 14. Peel (1991) “ It gives you feeling and gratifying sensations of pain, uncertainty, or discomfort. It may create powerfully distracting sensations that focus and absorb attention. It mayenable a person to forget or feel “OK” about some insurmountable problems. It may provide an artificial, temporary feeling of security or calm, of self-worth or accomplishment, of power and control, or intimacy or belonging ” PDF article by Dr. Kimberly S. Young: Internet Addiction: Symptoms, evaluation and treatment
  15. 15. l It is accessible 24/7l It can be anonymousl It feels securel It is easy to usel It provides the illusion of connectionl It can be inexpensivel It is fun and very engaging
  16. 16. Symptoms
  17. 17. • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome• Dry Eyes• Headaches• Back Aches• Eating irregularities (skipping meals)• Sleep disturbances• Inability to stop the activity• Neglect of family and friends• Feeling empty, depressed, irritable when not at the computer• Problems with school or job• Having a sense of well-being or euphoria while at the computer
  18. 18. Consequences
  19. 19. Physical side-effectsSleep depravation Risk of carpal tunnel syndromeBack strainEyestrainHeadaches
  20. 20. Familial Problems MarriagesDating relationshipsParent-child relationshipClose friendships
  21. 21. Academic ProblemsMore time is spent “researching” thanactually completing assignments.Incomplete or Missing AssignmentsInability to concentrate on real life instructionGrades begin to declineSkipping classes to stay in chat roomAbsenteeism
  22. 22. Control yourself ! Use The Internet smart !
  23. 23. Some Useful LinksThe following includes links to resources that further discuss IAD.• This site gives a basic overview of the disorder and the debate: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_addiction_disorder• This site gives a more detailed overview of the disorder and discusses the symptoms, treatments, and other information: http://www.minddisorders.com/Flu-Inv/Internet-addiction-disorder.html• This is a link to an essay that provides information about the disorder. It goes into detail on the debate as well as characteristics of the disorder: http://www.files.chem.vt.edu/chem-dept/dessy/honors/papers/ferris.html• Here are links to the two most addicting sites: http://www.facebook.com http://www.myspace.com