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The Correlation Between Smartphone Addiction and Sensory Processing Feature, Self-Efficacy in College Students
Park, Youngju; Chang, Moonyoung;
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 Abstract
Objective : The purpose of this study was to investigate the correlation between smartphone addiction, sensory processing features and self-efficacy in college students. Methods : From June to August in 2015, a hundred eighty three healthy college students were completed the questionnaire for smartphone addiction (S-scale), sensory processing feature (Adolescent/ Adult Sensory Profile), and self-efficacy (Self-Efficacy Scale) and correlation analyses were applied. Results : There were significant differences on sensory registration and sensory sensitivity in sensory processing features between the addiction group and the non-addiction group. Significant correlations were found between smartphone addiction and sensory seeking, and smartphone addiction and self-efficacy. Conclusion : This study showed smartphone addiction had relationships with high sensory seeking and low self-efficacy. Thus, more studies and interventions focused on preventing smartphone addiction are required for college students.
 Keywords
college students;problem drinking;self-efficacy;sensory processing feature;smartphone addiction;
 Language
Korean
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