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《Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology》 2015-03
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Relationships of Peer Player Proportion,Maladaptive Cognition,and Online Game Addiction

WANG Tao;WEI Hua;ZHOU Zong-kui;XIONG Jie;LI Xiong;YANG Xue;School of Economics and Management,Wuhan University;Key Laboratory of Adolescent Cyber Psychology and Behavior(Ministry of Education);School of Psychology,Central China Normal University;Centre of Mental Health Education,Wuhan University of Technology;Tencent Interactive Entertainment Marketing Department;  
Objective:We examined the relationships between proportion of players in individual peer relation network,maladaptive cognition and online game addiction.Methods:We used peer relation network structure questionnaire,maladaptive cognition questionnaire and online game addiction questionnaire to measure 1906 online game players.Results:1The proportion of players in individual peer relation network was significantly and positively correlated to maladaptive cognition and online game addiction.Maladaptive cognition was significantly positively correlated to online game addiction.2The proportion of players in individual peer relation network affected online game addiction via maladaptive cognition as a mediating effect.Conclusion:The larger the proportion of players in individual peer relation network,the higher degree of maladaptive cognition and online game addiction.The proportion of players in Maladaptive cognition may serve as a mediator between individual peer relation network and online game addiction.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金重大攻关项目(11&ZD151)资助;; 青少年网络心理与行为教育部重点实验室开放项目(2014B12)资助
【CateGory Index】: R749.99
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