Published on in Vol 23, No 4 (2021): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/25468, first published .
Potential Correlates of Internet Gaming Disorder Among Indonesian Medical Students: Cross-sectional Study

Potential Correlates of Internet Gaming Disorder Among Indonesian Medical Students: Cross-sectional Study

Potential Correlates of Internet Gaming Disorder Among Indonesian Medical Students: Cross-sectional Study

Journals

  1. Liao Z, Chen X, Huang S, Huang Q, Lin S, Li Y, Tang Y, Shen H. Exploring the associated characteristics of Internet gaming disorder from the perspective of various game genres. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2023;13 View
  2. Ahmed G, Abdalla A, Mohamed A, Mohamed L, shamaa H. Relation between internet gaming addiction and comorbid psychiatric disorders and emotion avoidance among adolescents: A cross-sectional study. Psychiatry Research 2022;312:114584 View
  3. Hong J, Wang J, Qu W, Chen H, Song J, Zhang M, Zhao Y, Tan S. Development and Internal Validation of a Model for Predicting Internet Gaming Disorder Risk in Adolescents and Children. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2022;13 View
  4. Wang L, Li M, Xu Y, Yu C. Predicting Adolescent Internet Gaming Addiction from Perceived Discrimination, Deviant Peer Affiliation and Maladaptive Cognitions in the Chinese Population: A Two-Year Longitudinal Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(6):3505 View
  5. Setyaningsih I, Leksono A, Muhrodji P, Edyanto A, Vidyanti A. Adolescents with Internet Gaming Disorder are more likely to have Lower Score of Cognitive Function: A Cross-sectional Study among Junior High School Students in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences 2021;9(B):1111 View
  6. Chiang C, Zhang M, Ho R. Prevalence of Internet Gaming Disorder in Medical Students: A Meta-Analysis. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2022;12 View
  7. Solanki S, Shukla R, Dave V, Rathod V. A Study on Internet and Gaming Addiction, Hikikomori Trait and Insomnia Status among Medical Undergraduates at one of Cities of Western India. Indian Journal of Community Health 2023;35(1):66 View
  8. Ghasemi Seproo F, Janani L, Motevalian S, Abbasi-Ghahramanloo A, Fattahi H, Rimaz S. Risk-Taking Behaviors Considering Internet Gaming Disorder among Iranian University Students: A Latent Class Analysis. Journal of Research in Health Sciences 2022;22(3):e00556 View
  9. Chang R, Lee M, Im J, Choi K, Kim J, Chey J, Shin S, Ahn W. Biopsychosocial factors of gaming disorder: a systematic review employing screening tools with well-defined psychometric properties. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2023;14 View
  10. Madeshan A, Raja N, Udayar S, Narasimha B. Prevalence and Factors Associated with Internet Gaming Disorder amongst Medical Students in Kodagu District: A Cross-sectional Study. Journal of Medical Evidence 2024;5(1):4 View
  11. J. Gurjar Y, Nikita S, Himalay J, Margi J, Rajveersinh J, Abhishek J, Harsh H, Jaydip J. The Prevalence of Internet Gaming Disorder and its Associated Factors Among College Students in Saurashtra Region, Gujarat, India. Addiction and Health 2024;16(1):11 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Siste K, Hanafi E, Sen L, Kyana S, Lie P. Handbook of Substance Misuse and Addictions. View
  2. Siste K, Hanafi E, Sen L, Kyana S, Lie P. Handbook of Substance Misuse and Addictions. View