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Prevalence of pathological internet use among adolescents in Europe: demographic and social factors.

Durkee T; Kaess M; Carli V; Parzer P; Wasserman C; Floderus B; Apter A; Balazs J; Barzilay S; Bobes J; Brunner R; Corcoran P; Cosman D; Cotter P; Despalins R; Graber N; Guillemin F; Haring C; Kahn JP; Mandelli L; Marusic D; Mészáros G; Musa GJ; Postuvan V; Resch F; Saiz PA; Sisask M; Varnik A; Sarchiapone M; Hoven CW; Wasserman D.


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@misc{durkee_t_2012_22280,
  author       = {Durkee T and
                  Kaess M and
                  Carli V and
                  Parzer P and
                  Wasserman C and
                  Floderus B and
                  Apter A and
                  Balazs J and
                  Barzilay S and
                  Bobes J and
                  Brunner R and
                  Corcoran P and
                  Cosman D and
                  Cotter P and
                  Despalins R and
                  Graber N and
                  Guillemin F and
                  Haring C and
                  Kahn JP and
                  Mandelli L and
                  Marusic D and
                  Mészáros G and
                  Musa GJ and
                  Postuvan V and
                  Resch F and
                  Saiz PA and
                  Sisask M and
                  Varnik A and
                  Sarchiapone M and
                  Hoven CW and
                  Wasserman D.},
  title        = {{Prevalence of pathological internet use among 
                   adolescents in Europe: demographic and social
                   factors.}},
  month        = jan,
  year         = 2012,
  note         = {{Funded by the European Union. Part of the European 
                   Commission FP7 Open Access pilot.}},
  doi          = {10.1111/j.1360-0443.2012.03946.x},
  url          = {https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1360-0443.2012.03946.x}
}
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