Psychological Traits, Addiction Symptoms, and Feature Usage as Predictors of Problematic Smartphone Use among University Students in China
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AbstractThis study investigates the effects of psychological traits (i.e., procrastination, leisure boredom, and impulsivity) and addiction symptoms on problematic smartphone use. Data were collected from a multistage random sample of 649 university students. The results showed that procrastination, impulsivity [including sensation seeking and (lack of) perseverance], symptoms of addiction (e.g., inability to control craving, withdrawal, and complaints), and frequent usage of smartphone features for instrumental, relational, expressive, and informational purposes were significant predictors of problematic smartphone use.
All Author(s) ListLouis Leung, Jingwen Liang
Journal nameInternational Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning
Volume Number6
Issue Number4
PublisherIGI Global
Pages57 - 74
LanguagesEnglish-United States

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