Perbedaan Resiko Gangguan Psikososial pada Remaja Positive Smartphone Addiction dan Negative Addiction di SMA Kota Sungai Penuh Tahun 2019

Edi Efian, Rizanda Machmud, Mahathir Mahathir, Meri Neherta, Rima Berlian Putri, Fitra Yeni


Excessive use of smartphones poses a risk of addiction, smartphone addiction will affect psychological health which has an effect on psychosocial disorders. Teenagers are a vulnerable period that easily accepts new cultures, smartphone technology culture is one that lurks teenagers. Objective: This study is to determine the differences in the risk of psychosocial disorders in adolescents with positive smartphone addiction with negative smartphone addiction. This research is a quantitative study with cross sectional design, data collection using the smartphone addiction scale (Short-version) questionnaire and pediatric symptom checklist (PSC-17), the population of adolescents in high schools in Sungai Penuh city, a sample of 350 people , the conscientious variable consists of the independent variable smartphone addiction and the dependent variable psychosocial disorders in adolescents. There was a difference in the risk of psychosocial disorders in adolescents, 60/25 men experienced psychosocial disorders (p = 0,000) OR 3,936. In adolescent girls 50/47 experience psychosocial disorders (0.004) OR 2,437. Teen positive smartphone addiction is at greater risk for experiencing psychosocial disorders


Smartphone addiction; psychosocial disorders

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