Impact of Internet Literacy, Internet Addiction Symptoms, and Internet Activities on Academic Performance

@article{Leung2012ImpactOI,
  title={Impact of Internet Literacy, Internet Addiction Symptoms, and Internet Activities on Academic Performance},
  author={Louis Leung and Paul S. N. Lee},
  journal={Social Science Computer Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={30},
  pages={403 - 418}
}
This study examines the interrelationships among Internet literacy, Internet addiction symptoms, Internet activities, and academic performance. Data were gathered from a probability sample of 718 children and adolescents, aged 9–19, in Hong Kong, using face-to-face interviews. Regression results show that adolescent Internet addicts tended to be male, in low-income families, and not confident in locating, browsing, and accessing information from multiple resources, but that they were… 

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