Risk-taking behavior and academic self-efficacy as variables accounting for problematic internet use in adolescent university students
This study investigated the relationship between risk-taking behavior and academic self-efficacy and problematic internet use in adolescent university students and whether problematic internet use varies according to the variables of gender, possession of a computer and living with the family.
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