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Older adults in the Internet – Internet addiction and its intrapsychic correlates
Kwartalnik naukowy Fides et Ratio
The aim of the study was to verify the relationship between Problematic Using of the Internet and its selected intrapsychic correlates in a group of people in late adulthood. The analyses conducted so far respond to an insufficient number of domestic and foreign publications on this subject. Statistical analysis was applied to the results of the study carried out among a group of 44 seniors (the average age 67 years old). The control group consisted of 41 middle adults (the average age was 35).doi:10.34766/fetr.v49i1.1000 fatcat:xzlxo35at5ewnkherccyqy3soq