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新研究幫助識別“網癮” New study tells signs of screen addiction

Time:2018-10-18Source:Internet
Profile:新研究幫助識別“網癮” New study tells signs of screen addiction
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Kids who use media in unhealthy ways(方法) may have problems with relationships(關系), conduct(行為) and other emotional symptoms(癥狀), lead author of a U.S. new study warned.

A study of the University of Michigan (UM) released recently on its website found that how(如何) children use(使用) the devices(設備), rather than how much time(時間) they spend on them, is the strongest predictor of emotional or social problems(問題) connected with screen addiction.

The study has been published in the Psychology of Popular Media Culture, a journal of the American Psychological Association.

The study demonstrated that "there is more to it than number of hours. What matters most is whether(是否) screen use causes(引發) problems in other areas of life or has become an all-consuming activity," said lead author Sarah Domoff, an assistant professor of psychology at Central Michigan University.

Some of the warning signs include: if screen time interferes with(妨礙) daily activities, causes conflict(沖突) for the child or in the family, or is the only(唯一的) activity that brings the child joy(快樂).

Though much research exists on adolescents and screen use, Domoff said that to her knowledge this is the first tool(工具) in the United States that measures screen media addiction in children aged 4-11.

She believes it will be a valuable tool for parents, clinicians and researchers.

詞匯 Words:

[shì fǒu] 是否 whether
[fāng fǎ] 方法 way
[guān xì] 關系 relationship
[xíng wéi] 行為 conduct
[zhèng zhuàng] 癥狀 symptoms
[shè bèi] 設備 device
[wèn tí] 問題 problem
[shí jiān] 時間 time
[chōng tū] 沖突 conflict
[kuài lè] 快樂 joy
[gōng jù] 工具 tool

重點詞匯 Key word:

癮 <名詞 n.>

    Strong interest
    E.g. Tā kàn xiǎoshuō kàn shàng yǐn le。
    他看小說看上癮了。
    He's crazy about novels.

    Addiction
    E.g. Tā dǔbó shàng le yǐn。
    他賭博上了癮。
    He has addicted himself to gambling.
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