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OBJECTIVE Although the Internet is used effectively in many areas of life, some users experience problems because of over-use due to a lack of control. The diagnostic criteria for Internet addiction include disruptions in family relationships, but adequate data on the attachment styles and family functioning associated with this condition are limited. This(More)
BACKGROUND 'Internet addiction' is excessive computer use that interferes with daily life of a person. We designed this study in order to evaluate the predictor effect of depression, loneliness, anger and interpersonal relationship styles for internet addiction as well as develop a model. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Forty (40) male internet addicted patients(More)
Internet use had been distinguished in two categories such as 'specific' and 'generalized' according to the intention. In the specific type, internet is used for a particular purpose such as online sex, gaming, gambling, stock tracking or shopping. Motivational interviewing is important in the treatment of Internet addiction as it is in all behavioral(More)
Bacground: This study aimed the relationship between some demographic and clinical characteristics of suicide attempt with hopelessness, distressing life events prior to the attempt in individuals who attempted suicide and compares the outcomes with healthy volunteers with respect to several sociodemographic variables. Suicidal Behavior Scale, the Life(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study is to investigate the social anxiety disorder comorbidity and clinical features in schizophrenia. METHOD 102 (23 women and 79 men) outpatients who had been followed in the Psychotic Disorders Unit in Bakırköy Research and Training Hospital for Psychiatry, Neurology and Neurosurgery were diagnosed with schizophrenia(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study is to examine the relationship between insight dimensions and clinical features in bipolar disorder. METHOD One hundred and four inpatients with bipolar disorder( manic or mixed episodes) diagnosed according to DSM-IV criteria participated in the study. Patients were evaluated both during an acute episode and in remission,(More)
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