Investigating of the Relationship among Identity Styles and Attachment Styles in Online Addictions
Objective: The purpose of this study was to study the predictive role of attachment styles and identity styles
in technological addictions between students of Islamic Azad University, Borujerd Branch, Iran.
Methods: The present study is a cross-sectional and descriptive-correlational study conducted by survey
method. 200 students were selected by random sampling were studied.
Results: among the three Internet addicts surveyed, mobile virtual internet networks had the highest average
and standard deviation (23.25 ± 62.31). Findings also show that among the identity styles and attachment
styles, the informational style (7.42 ± 7.38) and the avoidance style (0.66 ± 1.22) have a mean and standard
deviation higher than the other style They were.
Conclusions: The results confirmed the predictive role of attachment and identity styles in Internet addiction.