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:: Volume 15, Issue 6 (1-2023) ::
Educ Strategy Med Sci 2023, 15(6): 556-567 Back to browse issues page
A comparative study on the addiction to mobile social networking and academic stress in procrastinating and non-procrastinating student
Javad Mesrabadi , Sara Mohammadalizadeh nobar , Shabnam Mashhooni
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Introduction: Prevention of academic failure and subsequent improvement of educational quality and academic achievement of students are important in considering the variables related to academic achievement. One of the psychological characteristics that affects the academic achievement of the learners is procrastination. Educational neglect is affected by several factors. In this study, the study of variables of academic stress and mobile phone addiction in procrastinating and not procrastinating student was studied.

Methods: The subjects were 307 Medical science University students who were studying at undergraduate level in 1397-98 selected by multistage cluster sampling. To obtain the data, three educational questionnaires were used: educational procrastination questionnaire, educational stress questionnaire, and mobile-based social networking questionnaire. To analyze the data, cluster analysis was performed using hierarchical method, multivariate T2 Hutchling test and ANOVA.

Results: The result of this analysis was the discovery of two clusters of students: the first cluster (procrastinating students), including students who had high mean scores in both academic stress and mobile addiction (N = 171), and the second cluster (not procrastinating students) The mean of lower scores was in both academic stress and mobile addiction (N = 135).

Conclusions: People neglect spend more time on using mobile phones, and are more likely to suffer more stress than others who are addicted to mobile phones.

Keywords: Educational Procrastination, Educational Stress, Mobile Social Networking, addiction, mobile, procrastination.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Student Interaction with Education
Received: 2019/05/30 | Accepted: 2020/04/26 | Published: 2023/01/30
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mesrabadi J, mohammadalizadeh nobar S, mashhooni S. A comparative study on the addiction to mobile social networking and academic stress in procrastinating and non-procrastinating student. Educ Strategy Med Sci 2023; 15 (6) :556-567
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