Pontes, H. M. (2016). Adição à Internet na população portuguesa [Internet addiction in the Portuguese population]. Paper presented at the Gostava de morar no Facebook: Redes Sociais e Impacto na Saúde Mental, Conference, Funchal, Portugal.

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Adição à Internet na População Portuguesa

Halley M. Pontes Email: [email protected] Website: www.halleypontes.com

Overview da Apresentação • Enquadramento teórico:

Parte I

– Adição à Internet – Adição às redes sociais online (Facebook)

• Apresentação dos resultados do estudo realizado

Parte II

Parte III

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– Análise descritiva – Incidência e prevalência amostral – Correlatos das adições tecnológicas

• Discussão


Obrigado a tod@s  Halley Pontes • [email protected] • www.halleypontes.com

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