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《Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology》 2009-03
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Adolescents’ Peer Attachment, Online Games Preference and Pathological Internet Use

ZHANG Guo-hua, WU Ya-na, LEI Li Department of Psychology,Fuyang Teachers College,Fuyang 236041, China  
Objective: To investigate the relationships among peer attachment, self-identity, preference of online games and pathological internet use. Methods: 404 middle school students (213 boys, 191 girls) in Beijing participated in this study, and Peer Attachment Scale, Self-identity Scale, Preference of Online Games Scale and Adolescent Pathological Internet Use Scale were used. Results: ①Peer alienation predicted PIU significantly, but peer trust and peer communication didn’t; ②The preference of online games had significant complete mediating effects on the association between peer trust and PIU, and on that between peer alienation and PIU as well; the complete mediating effect of ego identity on the relationship between peer trust, peer communication and PIU was significant. Conclusion: The study demonstrates that there are significant relations among adolescents’ peer attachment, preference of online games, ego-identity and PIU.
【Fund】: 教育部人文社会科学研究项目(08JAXLX015);; 全国教育科学“十一五”规划教育部重点课题(DBA070069);; 安徽省教育科学“十一五”规划课题(JG08138);; 阜阳师范学院青年研究项目(2008WQ13)资助
【CateGory Index】: B844.2
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