The Influences of Adult Attachment and Ego-resilience on SNS Addiction Proneness of Nursing Students

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Yun-Jeong Oh, Young-Hee Cho

Abstract

Background/Objectives: This study was a descriptive research study to understand the effect of nursing students' adult attachment and ego-resilience on SNS addiction proneness.


Methods/Statistical analysis: The results of the questionnaire were collected from September 1, 2019 to September 20, 2019 from 200 nursing students in G-city.The collected data ware analyzed through descriptive statistics, Pearsons correlation effectiveness, multiple linear regression using SPSS/WIN 23.0 program(IBM Inc. , Chicago, IL, USA).


Findings: As a result of analysis, adult attachment showed a meaningful positive relationship with SNS addiction proneness(r=425, <.001), but negative relationship with ego-resilience(r=.-293, p<.001). Factors that influenced satisfaction in SNS addiction proneness is adult attachment(p<.001).


Improvements/Applications: It is necessary to develop and consider a program to protect the abuse of SNS in advance and cope with the trend of SNS addiction.

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Yun-Jeong Oh, Young-Hee Cho. (2021). The Influences of Adult Attachment and Ego-resilience on SNS Addiction Proneness of Nursing Students. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 872 - 877. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/186
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