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Is screen addiction real and if so, how widespread is it?

By Jean-Marc Alexandre, Attaché de recherche, Pôle InterEtablissement d'addictologie CH Charles Perrens - CHU de Bordeaux et Laboratoire SANPSY UMR 6033 CNRS, Université de Bordeaux
Deborah Hasin, Professor of Epidemiology (in Psychiatry), Columbia University Medical Center
Dvora Shmulewitz, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology, Columbia University
Marc Auriacombe, Professeur d'addictologie et psychiatrie, Université de Bordeaux
Mathieu Boudard, Psychiatre/Addictologue, Université de Bordeaux
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Screen addiction is already a household term, but is there any scientific basis for this phenomenon? We take a look at the methods used to measure it and its actual hold on the population.The Conversation


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