The analysis for emotion stability though music - In prioirty of relieve the adolescent's aggression from smartphone overuse

음악의 정서안정 효과에 대한 분석 -청소년기 스마트 폰 과다 사용으로 인한 공격적 성향 완화를 중심으로

  • Kim, Kwan-Jin (Department of Applied Arts, Graduate School, Kyung Hee University)
  • 김관진 (경희대학교 대학원 응용예술학과)
  • Received : 2017.01.31
  • Accepted : 2017.05.12
  • Published : 2017.05.31


This study examined the pathological phenomenon of smartphone addiction and prevention. The smartphone provides many conveniences but it also brings psychological and physical problems, such as failure of learning capacity, maladjustment, and impulsive actions. To provide actual proof, this material included correlation analysis among physical, verbal aggression and smartphone addiction factors through high school students. Using SPSSWIN 22.0, frequency analysis, mail factor analysis, T-test, correlation analysis, regression analysis were also included. The main factors of smartphone addiction discrimination were divided into 'aim for imaginary', 'daily obstacles', 'tolerance', 'withdrawal symptom'. Smartphone addicted group members show the result of r=0.668 (physical aggression), r=0.704 (verbal aggression), r=0.481 (hostility). (p< 0.001). This study focused on the aggression from smartphone overuse and the positive effect of music for adolescent's mind stability. Moreover, suggestions for constant research on the pathological phenomena from smartphone addiction and prevention programs are made.


Adolescent;Aggression;Hostility;Emotion stability;Music;Smart phone addiction;Tolerance;Withdrawal symptom


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