Significance Of The Study For Computer Addiction Essays and Term Papers

  • Effects of Computer Addiction to Students Study Habits

     Effects of Computer Addiction to Students Study Habits Research Report Presented to the Catanduanes State University Author’s Note This Research paper is for compliance In English 2 subject, Writing in the Discipline, this Second...

      3671 Words | 10 Pages   Internet addiction disorder, Obsessive–compulsive disorder, Problem gambling, Loneliness

  • Addiction: Computer Games Addiction

    Title of the Study: Computer addiction when it comes to online games Purpose of the Study: To provide additional information of the disadvantages if one is addicted to computer games. To be a reference of one of those future researchers and also can be used by many of the students. The purpose...

      5130 Words | 16 Pages   Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Social isolation, Self-control, Video game

  • Computer Addiction

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      350 Words | 1 Pages   Particle board

  • Computer Addiction

    1.What is a foreign corporation? A corporation created by or under the laws of another State or country. One formed, organized or existing under any laws other than those of the Philippines and whose laws allow Filipino citizens and corporations to do business in its ows State or country. 2.Who...

      446 Words | 2 Pages   Monopoly, Mergers and acquisitions, Perfect competition, Market (economics)

  • Computer Addiction

    Computers became very famous in developing a healthy industry and economy, people were drastically affected due to this innovative technological device. Although this has many guaranteed benefits, it also has bad impacts into many things. In addition, internet that has been invented during the computer...

      592 Words | 2 Pages   Internet, Mass media, Substance dependence, Computer network

  • computer addiction

    And that Christmas Eve some years ago was one of those times. The snow was an important part of it –not just the snow, but the fact it was still snowing, as it is supposed to but rarely does over Christmas. And the snow was beginning to blanket, as at least it does at first, a multitude of...

      2879 Words | 40 Pages  

  • Computer Addiction

    Essay Draft 3 Tarek AbdelWareth Computer Addiction I. Introduction Thesis: Despite the negative social and health effects of computers, we cannot restrict their use, for they became a prime part of our life today. II. Background Information Computers were invented to save time and effort...

      1399 Words | 5 Pages   Social networking service, E-learning, Internet, Website

  • Computer Addiction

    Computer Addiction as a Gendered Phenomenon In the late 1990s, a barrage of media reports declared that women were becoming uncontrollably addicted to the Internet and some were neglecting—or even leaving--their husbands and children as a result of their online obsession. Headlines described the strange...

      325 Words | 1 Pages   Internet addiction disorder

  • Computer Addiction

     Table of Contents Introduction The dawn of the computer and internet access has passed, and the world-wide-web is accessible to over 2 billion global users1. This access has, in the last 10 years, increased fourfold2 (see footnote for website details that evidence growth) and become abundantly...

      2237 Words | 8 Pages   Addiction, Ventral tegmental area, Internet addiction disorder, Reward system

  • Computer Addiction

    Man Made Disasters Man made disasters are also known as anthropogenic disasters and they as a result of human intent, error or as a result of failed systems. As mentioned earlier, these are broken down into several categories and while this is the case, there are some that cause more pronounced damage...

      1100 Words | 3 Pages   Anthropogenic hazard, Disaster, Wildfire

  • Computer Addiction

    needle into the vein. Computer addiction OBJECTIVES This research work has the aim to know the importants of computer and the discourages that it bring to one of us.The purpose of gaining knowledge I using this our new technology. SIGNIFICANT OF THE STUDY This study serve as the basic teaching...

      3712 Words | 13 Pages   Mental disorder, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Major depressive disorder, Computer addiction

  • Computer Addiction

    Speech about Stalking My topic this morning is stalking—and specifically, my intention is to share with you some recent research findings that shed new light on the stalking phenomenon and to suggest some implications for law enforcement that may flow from these findings. But first, we should...

      588 Words | 2 Pages   Stalking, Domestic violence, Violence, Crime

  • Computer Addiction

    Computer Addiction There once was a time when the only computers known to the average person were those the military possessed. Eventually, large corporations found many different uses for computers in the business world, and today, computers are as common in numerous households around the globe....

      640 Words | 2 Pages   Substance use disorder, Drug withdrawal, Depression (mood)

  • Computer Addiction

    “The effects of Computer Addiction to a student’s” A partial Requirement In English IV Presented to: ____________________ Presented by: ___Paolo Gil D. Mayuga__ Date: _____________________ Table of Contents Chapter I * Background of the study * Review of related...

      751 Words | 4 Pages   Research design, Qualitative research, Research, Survey methodology

  • The Computer Addiction

    Instructor CHAPTER 1 I. ABSTRACT Computer games have become an ever-increasing part of many adolescents' day-to-day lives. Coupled with this phenomenon, reports of excessive gaming (computer game playing) denominated as "computer/video game addiction" have been discussed in the popular press...

      1741 Words | 7 Pages   Violence, Adolescence, Survey methodology, Addiction

  • computer addiction

    family, tomas enrolled at the lacson law school in pasay for his pre-law studies. He was lucky his wife was a able to dispose of some of her jewelry to support him again. From lacsol law school he went to on his law studies at the eastern university. Brief stint with the international brokerage...

      3228 Words | 11 Pages   Exclusive economic zone, Territorial waters, Ferdinand Magellan, Taiping Island

  • computer addiction

    on Computers? Elisa M. Mata Pinales English 1301-213 Mss. Bustamante April 20, 2012 Texas A&M International University Abstract A great number of specialists agree to the fact that while technology improves, people become more dependent on it, which is the case of the computer. Having...

      999 Words | 3 Pages   Sitting, Poor posture, Human eye, Hip

  • Computer Addiction

    generation separated from the future, but their addictions in multimedia devices can break the old tradition. Based from the National Survey of United States of America in the year 2012, the total youth population has dependence in playing computer online games like DOTA Garena, Minecraft, Crossfire...

      2205 Words | 12 Pages   Cognitive behavioral therapy, Substance dependence, Cybernetics, Internet addiction disorder

  • Computer Addiction

    Saint Paul College Foundation, INC. Mandaue Branch A Research on Computer addiction among 3rd year and 4th year students of St. Paul College Foundation INC Jason A. Labaya And Jed C. Gorgonio Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in English IV High School Department ...

      1771 Words | 7 Pages   Internet addiction disorder, Internet privacy, Addiction, Internet

  • Computer Addiction

    essential to have an electronic devices particularly at home like personal computer, smart phones, laptops and tablets. Teenagers nowadays have gotten so used to have technology around them. still, while having these computer that make their work faster, comfortable, and handy, these devices could also...

      963 Words | 4 Pages   Addiction, Alcoholism

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