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Internet Addiction Disorder
DSM-IV
Internet Addiction
1. Tolerance ( increased amounts of time on internet to
achieve satisfaction)
2. Withdrawal (psychomotor agitation, anxiety, obsessive
thinking or fantasies about internet, or typing
movements after cessation of internet use or using
internet to relieve withdrawal symptoms)
3. Larger amounts (internet is accessed more often or for
longer periods than intended)
Three or more symptoms occurring during the last year
From: American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,
4th edition, American Psychiatric Press, Washington DC, 1994.
Internet Addiction Disorder
DSM-IV
Internet Addiction
4. Impaired control- (persistent or unsuccessful
attempts to cut down or control internet use)
5. Time spent- (great deal of time is spent in internet
activities)
6. Neglect of activities- (Important social, occupational or
recreational activities given up for internet use)
7. Continued use despite problems- (internet use despite
persistent or recurrent physical, social or psychological
problems)
Three or more symptoms occurring during the last year
From: American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,
4th edition, American Psychiatric Press, Washington DC, 1994.