Factor Structure for the Internet Addiction Test : A Confirmatory Approach

@inproceedings{Man2007FactorSF,
  title={Factor Structure for the Internet Addiction Test : A Confirmatory Approach},
  author={Sally Pui Man and Man Kit Chang},
  year={2007}
}
Internet addiction is getting substantial attention and a number of diagnostic scales have been developed in recent years. To better investigate the internet addiction phenomenon, it is important that we have a better understanding of the structure, validity, and reliability of the assessment instruments. Thus, the current study attempts to evaluate the Internet Addiction Test (IAT) using a confirmatory approach. Four hundred and ten questionnaires were collected via a survey of undergraduates… CONTINUE READING
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