Internet use and Problematic Internet Use: a systematic review of longitudinal research trends in adolescence and emergent adulthood

  title={Internet use and Problematic Internet Use: a systematic review of longitudinal research trends in adolescence and emergent adulthood},
  author={Emma Anderson and Eloisa Steen and Vasileios Stavropoulos},
  journal={International Journal of Adolescence and Youth},
  pages={430 - 454}
Abstract The aim of this systematic literature review is to map the longitudinal research in the field of Internet Use (IU) and Problematic Internet Use (PIU) in adolescents and emergent adults. Further, this study endeavours to examine the terminology and instruments utilized in longitudinal IU and PIU research and investigate whether statistically significant results have arisen from the areas of research focus. In a total of 29 studies, trends in the research of adolescent/emergent adult IU… 

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