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The Influence of Parental Rearing Attitudes on Smartphone Addiction - The Mediating Effect of Aggression and Impulse -

부모양육태도가 스마트폰 중독에 미치는 영향 -공격성과 충동성의 매개효과-

  • Lim, Jung Ah (Division of Counseling Psychology, Jeonju University) ;
  • Kim, Myung Shig (Division of Counseling Psychology, Jeonju University)
  • 임정아 (전주대학교 상담심리학과) ;
  • 김명식 (전주대학교 상담심리학과)
  • Received : 2018.01.26
  • Accepted : 2018.03.20
  • Published : 2018.03.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of parental rearing attitudes on smartphone addiction and mediation effect of children's aggression and impulse between them. The randomly chosen 390 subjects of the 4th and 5th elementary school students (boy: 199, girl: 191) of J City participated in this research. The main scales were EMBU-Shot, Smartphone Addiction Scale and NEO-PAS. Spss 22.0 was used for its statistical analysis, that is correlation analysis and regression analysis. The main results are as follows. First, parental rearing attitude, smartphone addiction, and aggression and impulse were statistically significantly correlated. Second, it is testified that rejective parental rearing attitudes statistically significantly increasingly influenced smartphone addiction with partial mediation of aggression and impulse. Also overprotective parental rearing attitudes statistically significantly increasingly influenced smartphone addiction with full mediation of them. It suggested the importance of intervention for aggression and impulse of the children with smartphone addiction as well as parental rearing attitude changes in intervening and counseling them. This study tried to supply evidence-based and basic data for the developing preventive education and counseling programs for them. The limit and future tasks were discussed.

Keywords

Parental Rearing Attitude;Smartphone Addiction;Aggression;Impulse;Elementary School Student

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