This study examined the prevalence of addictive Internet use and analyzed the role og the parental relationship in affecting this behavior among random sample of adolescents in Wuhan, China.
Students (n=1,101) were randomly selected from four schools, including 638 boys and 463 girls with a mean age of 13,8 (started deviation=1.2) years. Addictive Internet use, parental relationship, hyperactivity-impulsivity were measured by validated instruments. Prevalence rate, ANOVA and multiple linear regression method were used to analyzed the level of Internet Addiction and its association with parental relationship, hyperactivity-impulsivity, as well as interaction of parental with chronological age and hyperactivity-impulsivity.
The prevalence rate of Internet Addiction wos 13,5% (16,5 for boys and 9,5% for girls, p
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