The Development and Initial Testing of the Internet Consequences Scales (ICONS)

@article{Clark2005TheDA,
  title={The Development and Initial Testing of the Internet Consequences Scales (ICONS)},
  author={D. J. Clark and K. Frith},
  journal={CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing},
  year={2005},
  volume={23},
  pages={285–291}
}
The Internet has become a tool for everyday use in the lives of many people; however, little is known about the consequences of using the Internet on the well-being of individuals. This article describes the development of the Internet Consequences Scale (ICONS), a tool to measure the physical, behavioral, economic, and psychosocial consequences of Internet use. Content validity was established using a panel of experts in Internet communications, and construct validity was established using a… Expand
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