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Interventions for Problematic Internet Use
Web Addicted Teens continuing education psychology CEUs

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Questions:
1. What are the techniques useful in introducing the idea of Problematic Internet Use to clients?
2. What are the types of emotional attachment to the internet?
3. What are the aspects of escapism?
4. What are the concepts related to internet time consumption?
5. What are three emotional causes that trigger a client’s Problematic Internet Use?
6. What are the concepts regarding children who become addicted to the internet?
7. What are the concepts related to partners of clients with an Problematic Internet Use?


Answers:
A. friendship; catharsis; and validation.
B. unchecked time flow; internet interference; and denial.
C. susceptible clients; warning signs; and acceptance.
D. Defining Addiction; Web Quiz; and Assessing the Damage
E. the three phases of escape; avoidance; and anonymity.
F. depression; low self-esteem; and anxiety.
G. cyberaffairs; enabling; and asserting independence.

 

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Questions:
8. According to Flanagan, what is the primary engine of MySpace's stupendous growth?
9. What can lead people to overcompensate in what they say when communicating electronically? 
10. In extreme cases, with what do children/adolescents with IAD have trouble? 
11. What makes adolescents more prone to Problematic Internet Use? 
12. What problems can distractions like the internet and increasing homework cause in teenagers?  
13. Teen venues like Facebook--and the ways they can personalize their IM personas--meet what teen need?
14. A survey of 267 pairs of teens and parents in the Los Angeles metropolitan area revealed what about social media supervision? 
15. What two areas are accelerated and amplified by teen social-networking sites and Internet communication? 
16. What is released while playing games on the internet and is thought to be an important neurochemical event in the generation of addiction?  
17. What are the criteria for Internet addiction? 

Answers
A.  Sleep deficits  
B.  two thirds of parents had never talked with their teen about their social media use, and 38 percent of them had never seen their child's social media profile.
C. Children/adolescents with IAD have trouble telling the cyber world from the real one.
D. lack of cues such as facial expressions or body language
E.  Social-networking sites and Internet communications can accelerate and amplify adolescents' normal sexual explorations, they can do the same with another time-honored teenage tradition: bullying.  
F.  The dopamine system of adolescents might react strongly because the prefrontal cortex is still developing. Neuroscientists call this trait plasticity.
G.  dopamine
H.  the desire to experiment with identity
I.  the fathomless narcissism of the young.
J.  (1) considering Internet use your most important activity; (2) feeling good when you use the Internet; (3) needing to use it more and more to achieve the same satisfaction that you had before, with less use; (4) feeling symptoms of withdrawal, such as uneasiness, when you don't use it; and (5) allowing Internet use to interfere with your normal life


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