Behaviors Associated with Internet Use in Military Medical Students and Residents.

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Summary of "Behaviors Associated with Internet Use in Military Medical Students and Residents."

Problematic use of video games, social media, and Internet-related activities may be associated with sleep deprivation and poor work performance. The Internet Addiction Test was given to military medical and nursing students and housestaff to assess problematic Internet use.


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Name: Military medicine
ISSN: 1930-613X


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