CCHING Debate 12 02 2018.doc - Debate 1 Cabrea Ching University of Maryland University College Psychology 353 December 2 2018 Debate Debate 2 When

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Debate 1 Cabrea Ching University of Maryland University College Psychology 353 December 2, 2018 Debate
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Debate 2 When Goldberg and Bishop say that internet addiction is not a psychological problem, they are stating that this something that can be controlled by an individual. Most people tend to look for an outing when they are bored or looking for a distraction. For example, most people today you will see that they are all on their phones most likely on social media or reading something that is through the internet. Most individuals do not even realize how often they use the internet. But recently, an update on the iPhones actually shows you how long you are utilizing an app or even the internet in general. There is a setting that tells you that you should put your phone down and be productive. I do not believe that internet addiction is actually a psychological problem. If that was the case, then everyone would have this problem. Time and generations have changed and tend to
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