대학생의 스마트폰 중독이 수면시간과 수면부족에 미치는 영향
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- Objectives: In this study, college students are addicted to smartphone relevance of sleep deprivation was carried out to find out.
Methods: The study subjects were 287 students in a college who were using the smartphone. The data were collected with self-administered questionnaires composed of general, health-related and leisure time-related characteristics, The Korean Smartphone Addiction Pronenes Scale, sleeping time and the sleep deprivation scale. The used statistical analys were t-test, ANOVA, Pearson's correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis to find the associations between smartphone addiction and sleep deprivation.
Results: The smartphone addiction scores of study subjects were 32.9±6, and 17.1% of subjects was at-risk group and 5.6% was high-risk group in classifying risk groups. Mean hours of sleeping time were 6.4±1.2 and mean scores of sleep deprivation scale were 8.4±3.1. The smartphone addiction had negative correlation with sleeping time, but it was not statistically significant. However, it was statistically significant positively correlated with sleep deprivation scale. As a result of multiple regression analysis, the smartphone addiction were statistically significant associated with sleeping time(β=-.033, p=0.001) and sleep deprivation scale(β=.127, p<0.001).
Conclusions: This study showed the smartphone addiction in college students was negatively associated with sleep including sleeping time and sleep deprivation. It is necessary to perform the further researches and to develop the programs for solving the problems due to smartphone addiction.
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