The Mediator Roles of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem between the Affective Components of Psychological Well-Being and the Cognitive Symptoms of Problematic Internet Use
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KeywordsProblematic Internet use; Cognitions; Positive affect; Negative affect; Life satisfaction; Self-esteem;
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