The American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition contains definitions and diagnostic criteria for every mental disorder you can imagine…. In 2008, the Journal of American Psychiatry argued that “Internet addiction appears to be a common disorder that merits inclusion in DSM-V.” …. The following pathologies run rampant on the ‘Net:
- Generalized Trolling Compulsion.
- Comments Derangement Syndrome.
- Manic Confirmation Bias.
- Fanboy Disorder.
- Delusional Capital Exchange Disorder.
- Narcissistic Market Prognostication Imbalance.
- and more
Link: Beyond Internet addiction: Ars diagnoses your online maladies