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Vanessa Olivia Meyer

This article is part of the MD-thesis of the second author


Dr. Vanessa Olivia Meyer is currently working in This article is part of the MD-thesis of the second author. Research Interest in Psychology. International experience includes various programs, contributions and participation in different countries for diverse fields of study.

Internet Use and its Correlation with Psychiatric Symptoms - Results of an Online Survey Based on Psychometric Risk Profiles of the German Version of the "Compulsive Internet Use Scale"

Aims: Increased co-morbidity rates of affective and anxiety disorders as well as ADHD have been reported in the context of excessive and addictive internet use. The “Compulsive Internet Use Scale" (CIUS) provides a promising conceptualization for the assessment of compulsive internet use behaviour. The aim of the present study was the investi... Read More»

Peter Peukert, Svenja Steffen, Vanessa Olivia Meyer, Gottfried Maria Barth, Sarah Schlipf, Jamil ElKasmi, Gert Jan Meerkerk and Anil Batra

Research Article: J Addict Res Ther 2014, 5:199

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.1000199

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