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ADULT ATTACHMENT AND SOCIAL-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTIC ASSOCIATED WITH SMARTPHONE ADDICTION IN INDONESIA
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Abstract
Smartphones are basically electronic devices that can help human activities. The use of smartphones within reasonable limits can make a positive impact, but excessive use can lead to an addiction. This study aims to examined differences in adult attachment styles and characteristics of demographic groups on the level of smartphone addiction. The subjects are 602 adults over the age of 18 years, collected by accidental sampling method through the distribution of on-line questionnaires, using Smartphone Addiction Scale and Trend Relationship Scale (T-RSQ) questionnaires. The results of statistical tests using analysis of variance techniques showed that subjects with preoccupied adult attachment style had a significantly higher smartphone addiction than dismissing attachment style. Differences in smartphone addiction levels are also seen in different demographic characteristics. The female subject group aged 18-25 years, unmarried, high school educated and not yet working showed a higher average tendency of smartphone addiction than the male subject group, aged 26 years and over, married, having a bachelor's degree and working as a teacher.
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Author. Dian Misrawati
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