Study of Personality Psychology in Increasing Internet Use with an Unelected Schizophrenic Personality Approach
Author: Faezeh Bakhtiar Pakzad (Author, Iran)
Speaker: Faezeh Bakhtiar Pakzad
Topic: Ethnography of Communication
The SOAS GLOCAL CALA 2022 Poster Session
“Objective: This study aimed to study the psychology of increasing Internet use using non-selective schizophrenic personality disorders among people 30 years and older with a focus on the selection of schizophrenic personality disorder (SPD) in 2020.
Method, statistical population and sample size of the research: The method of this research is a survey and the statistical population is people aged 30 years and older in districts 1, 5 and 10 of Mashhad. The sample size (N = 69) included 19 people who had SPD criteria, 22 people with other disorders and 28 people without any disorders. Daily self-assessment reports of Internet use in the sample size with SPD disorder (n = 19), a control group with other personality disorders (n = 22) and a control group without psychological symptoms (n = 28) are collected.
Results: The analysis shows that companies with optional SPD have much less with real-world friends, but it is very useful if you use the Internet for family use. Participating in Internet chat rooms, participating in online games, and to a lesser extent using e-mail is associated with increased SPD symptoms and Beck questionnaire or depression scores.”
Keywords: Schizophrenia, Internet, Social Deficiencies, Personality