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Effect of Internet Addiction on College Students' Mental Health Level Based on Fuzzy Neural Network

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DOI: 10.25236/iwedss.2019.087


Jinling Qi, Yunhua Cao, Zhenhai Niu, Chengchong Li, Yingxin Yi, Zhenzhen Cai

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Jinling Qi


Internet addiction (IAD) refers to the uncontrolled impulse to surf the Internet under the action of non-addictive substances, which is manifested in the obvious social and psychological impairment caused by excessive use of the Internet. IAD has become a major new issue facing universities in the new situation. Peer education is a form of education in which peers or people who have a common language share information, ideas or behavioral skills to achieve educational goals. The so-called Internet addiction usually refers to the excessive use or even abuse of the Internet in daily life. Some students call it a pathological use of the Internet by people. Based on fuzzy neural network, this study further explores the impact of Internet addiction disorder on physical, psychological and social functions of college students. Schools and educators should strengthen communication and exchanges with college students when conducting online adulthood addiction interventions, and carry out targeted psychological counseling work to guide college students to use the Internet correctly.


Internet Addiction, Social Function, Behavioral Skills