Browsing by Subject "Internet addiction"
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Determinants and Impacts of Internet Addiction on Well-being and Educational Adjustment of University Students (Assumption University, 2017-07-18)
The present research aimed to investigate the determinants and impacts on internet addiction on wellbeing and educational adjustment of Thai University students. The major purposes of this current study were (1) to establish the psychometric properties of the Thai translated questionnaires of parenting styles, self-regulation, educational adjustment and psychological well being in Thai settings; (2) to investigate the direct and indirect influences of parenting styles (authoritarian, ...
Hindsight imbalance online and offline life: qualitative feedback from online self disclosure in Thailand (In the International e-Learning Conference 2015 (IEC2015), 2015)
Internet technologies, especially social networking and instant messaging, reform people’s life style. Both online and offline activity attract users due to interest and necessity which may impact on the work life balance for many people. This research paper reports a qualitative result of a larger study which aimed to explore the knowledge, attitudes, opinions, behaviors and perceptions of Thai people in regards to their use of the internet, social networking services and computer games. The research survey was conducted through the social ...
The Influence of Game Addiction and Internet Addiction among University Students on Depression Stress and Anxiety Mediated by Self-regulation and Social Support (2015-10)
The present study investigated the direct and indirect influences of Internet and online game addiction on the levels of depression, anxiety, and stress mediated by self-regulation and social support among students of a private university in Thailand. The study’s sample consisted of 380 students of whom (218 females and 162 males) from a private university. Results from the path analysis indicated that the respondents’ level of game addiction and internet addiction had both direct and indirect influences on their levels of depression, anxiety, ...
A path model of the effects of attitudes to the internet, depression, anxiety, stress, gender, and study time on internet addiction and academic performance of undergraduate students in Kachin Region of Myanmar (Assumption University Press, 2020)
Internet addiction has become an increasing problem with young people these days. The objectives of this study were to determine the relationship between attitudes toward the internet, depression, anxiety, stress, gender, and study time on internet addiction and academic performance in the second year students of Institute of Education and Maija Yang College in Maija Yang of Kachin Region in Myanmar. In August 2018 113 students completed a self-report survey questionnaire which included the Internet Addiction Test, DASS-21, and the Internet ...