The Impact of Psychoinformatics on Internet Addiction
Psychoinformatics refers to the new collaboration between the disciplines computer science and psychology to study psychological phenotypes by means of data mining. The present chapter gives an overview of how Psychoinformatics can aid research and therapy in the context of Internet addiction.
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