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Hubungan antara Kesejahteraan Subjektif dan Kecanduan Game Online pada Remaja di Yogyakarta

@inproceedings{Widiarto2018HubunganAK,
  title={Hubungan antara Kesejahteraan Subjektif dan Kecanduan Game Online pada Remaja di Yogyakarta},
  author={Ilham Kurnia Widiarto},
  year={2018}
}
The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between subjective wellbeing and online game addiction in adolescent in Yogyakarta. The hypothesis in this study was there is a negative relationship between subjective well-being and online game addiction in adolescents. The instrument for measure subjective wellbeing were consisted of two scaleswhichadapted include a life satisfaction scale which is developed by Diener, et al (1985)named Scale with life satisfaction (SWLS) and measuring… 

Gambaran Subjective Well Being pada Individu Ditinjau dari Intensitas Bermain Game Online

Received Oct 26, 2020 Revised Nov 09, 2020 Accepted Oct 26, 2020 The intensity of playing online games in Indonesia makes the players addicted to online games and ignore and forget about their daily

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