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Malygin V.L., Merkurieva Yu.A., Shevchenko Yu.S., Malygin Ya.V., Ponomareva M.V. (2018) Psychological features and social adaptation of internet-addicted adolescents and adolescents with cannabinoid addiction. National Psychological Journal. 3, 90-97.

Abstract

The Objective of the research is to study the characteristics of character properties, emotional intelligence, social psychological adaptation of Internet addicted adolescents and adolescents addicted with drugs.

Design. A comparative study of the psychological properties of cannabinoid addicted adolescents (n = 20) and Internet addicted adolescents (n = 20), and also healthy adolescents without symptoms of addiction (n = 20) is conducted. The following methods are used in the study: Barratt’s impulsiveness scale (BIS-11), 1987, adapted by T.I. Medvedeva and S.N. Enikolopov, 2015, Cloninger temperament and character questionnaire (TCI-125), 1991, adapted by N.A. Almaev and L.D. Ostrovskaya, 2005, the methodology for diagnosing emotional intelligence MSCEITV 2.0 2002, adapted by E.A. Sergienko, N.I. Vetrova, 2009, the methodology for diagnosing the social psychological adapted by K. Rogers and R. Diamond, 1954, adapted by A.K. Osnitsky, 2002, Chen Internet Addiction Scale (CIAS), 2003 adapted by V.L. Malygin and K.A. Feklisov, 2010

Results. Adolescents with Internet addiction and adolescents with cannabinoid addiction have a certain similarity in a number of characteristic features. They are characterized by a more pronounced motor impulsiveness, low self-control, low self-esteem, dependence on other individulas and circumstances, lack of clear life goals. In general, if compared to healthy adolescents they appear to be infantile individuals, socially maladjusted, more often experiencing emotional discomfort, which can result in pathologies, i.e. particularly various types of addictive behaviour. Simultaneously, Internet-dependent adolescents are significantly different from those with cannabinoid addiction. They are characterized by a lower level of transcendence and a lesser inclination to spiritual practices and transpersonal experience accordingly. They have a low level of search for novelty, which characterizes them as conservative, rigid and passive individuals.

Conclusion. The data obtained reveal certain differences in the psychological mechanisms of Internet addiction and dependence on drugs. Psychological mechanisms of adolescent Internet addiction and dependence on cannabinoids have significant differences.

Received: 08/18/2018
Accepted: 09/03/2018
Pages: 90-97
DOI: 10.11621/npj.2018.0308

Sections: Psychology of virtual reality;

PDF: /pdf/npj-no31-2018/npj_no31_2018_090-097.pdf

Keywords: teenagers; cannabinoid addiction; adolescent Internet addiction; psychological risk factors; psychological mechanisms of addiction;

Available Online 30.09.2018


Fig. 1. Results of the Cloninger test Note: statistically significant differences are marked as *


Fig. 2. Results of Barratt’s impulsiveness scale Note: statistically significant differences are indicated as ** in case of differences between the two groups and as * in case of differences in the three groups.


Fig. 3. Results of the emotional intelligence study. Notes: Data are given in raw scores, statistically significant differences are indicated as *

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Malygin V.L., Merkurieva Yu.A., Shevchenko Yu.S., Malygin Ya.V., Ponomareva M.V. (2018) Psychological features and social adaptation of internet-addicted adolescents and adolescents with cannabinoid addiction. National Psychological Journal. 3, 90-97.

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