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Background and aims: Concerning the co-morbidity of Internet-addiction, many studies have focused on axis I disorders. Within meta-analyses depression, anxiety disorders and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have shown to occur characteristically in this context. However, little is known about personality disorders in patients with Internet addiction. Methods: 41 patients diagnosed with Internet addiction (2 females) and 39 controls were tested for co-morbidity, personality features and disorders both psychometrically and with structured clinical...
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Wildt, Bert Theodor Te, et al. "OP-113: Co-morbid personality disorders in patients with internet addiction." Journal of Behavioral Addictions, vol. 6, no. S1, 2017, p. 54. Academic OneFile, Accessed 24 Jan. 2019.
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