Internet-use related addiction: The state of the art of clinical research

@article{Kuss2016InternetuseRA,
  title={Internet-use related addiction: The state of the art of clinical research},
  author={D. Kuss and O. Lopez-Fernandez},
  journal={European Psychiatry},
  year={2016},
  volume={33},
  pages={S303 - S303}
}
Introduction In 2013, the American Psychiatric Association included Internet Gaming Disorder in the appendix of the 5th edition of the DSM-5, suggesting more research is necessary for the condition to be officially accepted as mental disorder. Criticisms have emerged as to the viability, validity and reliability of the proposed condition, and researchers have pointed out that the subsuming of Internet addiction under the umbrella term of Internet Gaming Disorder (as is the case in the DSM-5) is… Expand
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