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Effects of the smartphone addiction on adjustment to college life - Moderating effect of impulsivity -
Jeong, ByeongIl; Baek, SangUk;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a smartphone addiction affected adjustment to college life and the moderating effects of impulsivity in the relations between smartphone addiction and adjustment to college life. For this, it conducted the questionnaire with 348 college students who showed higher use of smartphone and analyzed the data from the questionnaire. The results of the analysis are as follows. It was found that smartphone addiction had significant influences on the adjustment to college life. As a result of examining the moderating effects of impulsivity in the relations between smartphone addiction and adjustment to college life, there were the moderating effects of impulsivity. This study was available in giving useful suggestions to prevent smartphone addiction and help college students adjust to their college life through impulsivity control.
 Keywords
smartphone addiction;adjustment to college life;impulsivity;
 Language
Korean
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