What type of content are smartphone users addicted to?: SNS vs. games

@article{Jeong2016WhatTO,
  title={What type of content are smartphone users addicted to?: SNS vs. games},
  author={Se Hoon Jeong and HyoungJee Kim and Jung-Yoon Yum and Yoori Hwang},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={54},
  pages={10-17}
}
Based on a sample of 944 respondents who were recruited from 20 elementary schools in South Korea, this research surveyed the factors that lead to smartphone addiction. This research examined the user characteristics and media content types that can lead to addiction. With regard to user characteristics, results showed that those who have lower self-control and those who have greater stress were more likely to be addicted to smartphones. For media content types, those who use smartphones for… CONTINUE READING
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