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Effects of Self-Control and School Adjustment on Smartphone Addiction among Elementary School Students
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Effects of Self-Control and School Adjustment on Smartphone Addiction among Elementary School Students
Lee, Jeongmin; Cho, Boram;
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This study presents an examination of the effects of the sub-factors of both self-control and school adjustment on smartphone addiction among a sample of elementary school students. The study is comprised of 93 5th-grade students from x elementary school located in Seoul, Korea. A descriptive analysis, Pearson's correlation, and multiple regression analysis were performed, and the following two study results are presented: 1) Among the sub-factors of self-control, instant gratification positively predicts smartphone addiction. 2) Among the sub-factors of school adjustment, a student's adherence to school rules negatively predicts smartphone addiction. Based on these results, the implications for preventing smartphone addiction among elementary-school students are discussed.
Smartphone addiction;self-control;school adjustment;elementary-school students;
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