International Journal of Psychology & Behavior Analysis Volume 5 (2019), Article ID 5:IJPBA-161, 4 pages
Research Article
The Effect of Mindfulness and Wisdom as Intervention to Deal with Collage Students' Internet Addiction

Peitzu Lee*, Chen Sujun, Yu Yuanjun, Chen Yilin, Feng Ruohan and Fan Xingyan

Applied Psychology, Division of Science and Technology, United International College, Tangjiawan, Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China
Dr. Peitzu Lee, Applied Psychology, Division of Science and Technology, United International College, 2000 Jintong Road, Tangjiawan, Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China; E-mail:
10 May 2019; 27 June 2019; 29 June 2019
Lee P, Sujun C, Yuanjun Y, Yilin C, Ruohan F, et al. (2019) The Effect of Mindfulness and Wisdom as Intervention to Deal with Collage Students’ Internet Addiction. Int J Psychol Behav Anal 5: 161. doi:


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