Introduction Online communication applications and online socialnetworks such as instant messenger services, socialnetworking sites, and (micro-) blogs allow users to be connected, to communicate, and to share information, pictures, and videos
socialnetwork analysis and graph theory for human overview. We examine possibilities to render the time consuming process of researching and evaluating of scientific literature more efficient and traceable. Misjudgments resulting from subjective
classification as a “behavioral addiction,” remain open questions ( Billieux, Schimmenti, Khazaal, Maurage, & Heeren, 2015 ).
Internet games and socialnetworks are the two most commonly used applications by Internet addicts ( Bischof, Bischof, Meyer
Introduction Online socialnetworking has become very popular and affects all aspects of adolescents' daily lives ( Pantic, 2014 ). Over 70% of the American teenagers were social media users in 2012 ( Bull, Levine, Black, Schmiege, & Santelli, 2012
Introduction Recent research argues that socialnetworking sites (SNSs) are potentially addictive and their problematic use (i.e., Problematic SocialNetwork Sites Use, PSNSU) shares core components with substance use disorders (SUDs) and behavioral