Table of Contents
- The Dark Side of Cyberspace.
- The Terminal Time Warp.
- Profiles of On-Lineaholics.
- The Faceless Community.
- Cyberwindows: Victims of Terminal Love.
- Parents, Kids, and a Technological Time Bomb.
- Fraternities of Netheads.
- No Work Today-Everybody's Gone Surfin'.
- Staying on Track.
Dr. Kimberly S. Young is Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, Bradford, and founder of the Center for On-Line Addiction, which consults to educational institutions, mental health clinics, and corporations dealing with Internet misuse. Dr. Young is known internationally for her work in Internet addiction. Her research has been widely covered in the media, including major articles in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and U.S. News & World Report. She has appeared on news broadcasts on the major networks and has been heard on NPR and the BBC. Dr. Young is committed to expanding the body of knowledge about Internet use and to helping people seek help for their Internet-dependence problems. Readers can contact her by e-mail at: ksy