Regular and problematic leisure-time Internet use in the community: results from a German population-based survey

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Beutel, ME; Brähler, E; Glaesmer, H; Kuss, DJ; Wölfling, K; Müller, KW;
(2011)

In our study, we attempted to identify systematically the use of Internet applications in the German population in order to derive risk factors for problematic use. In a representative survey of the German population, we queried 1,401 women and 1,111 men between the age... View more
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