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The influences of self-efficacy and attachment on SNS addiction tendency in college students
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The influences of self-efficacy and attachment on SNS addiction tendency in college students
Ha, Tae Hi;
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 Abstract
This study was examined the influence of self-efficacy and attachment on SNS addiction tendency in college students. For this purpose 303 college students in Daegu completed the related survey. Data were collected from September 30 to October 20, 2013. Collected data were analyzed using SPSS 20.0. The major findings were as follow; 1) There were negative relationships among SNS addiction tendency and self-efficacy. 2) There were positive relationships among SNS addiction tendency and adult attachment. These results indicate that it is necessary to design intervention programs to increase self-efficacy and attachment stability in order to decrease college students` SNS addiction tendency.
 Keywords
Attachment;self-efficacy;SNS addiction tendency;
 Language
Korean
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