This study aimed to investigate the association between history of traumatic experiences, compulsive Internet use, and reflective functioning in an Italian sample. The relationship between history of traumatic experiences and excessive Internet use was fully mediated by uncertain reflective functioning. Contrary to literature, no gender influence was found. Our preliminary findings provide additional insight into the psychological processes underlying excessive Internet use.

Understanding the relationship between Traumatic experiences and Compulsive Internet use through the lens of mentalization: A mediation analysis / Borghesi, F.; Cipresso, P.; Franceschini, C.; Guglielmucci, F.; Musetti, A.. - In: ANNUAL REVIEW OF CYBERTHERAPY AND TELEMEDICINE. - ISSN 1554-8716. - 20:(2022), pp. 121-126.

Understanding the relationship between Traumatic experiences and Compulsive Internet use through the lens of mentalization: A mediation analysis

Franceschini C.;Musetti A.
2022

Abstract

This study aimed to investigate the association between history of traumatic experiences, compulsive Internet use, and reflective functioning in an Italian sample. The relationship between history of traumatic experiences and excessive Internet use was fully mediated by uncertain reflective functioning. Contrary to literature, no gender influence was found. Our preliminary findings provide additional insight into the psychological processes underlying excessive Internet use.
Understanding the relationship between Traumatic experiences and Compulsive Internet use through the lens of mentalization: A mediation analysis / Borghesi, F.; Cipresso, P.; Franceschini, C.; Guglielmucci, F.; Musetti, A.. - In: ANNUAL REVIEW OF CYBERTHERAPY AND TELEMEDICINE. - ISSN 1554-8716. - 20:(2022), pp. 121-126.
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