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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 16 2024 | None
Correlational Study Between Internet Addiction and Psychological Resilience Among University Students (field study on a sample of second-year psychology students in Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria)
Zerriouh Nabahet Saliha, Habi Kheira
Pages: 86-95
Abstract
This study seeks to examine the phenomenon of internet addiction and its relationship with psychological resilience among second-year psychology students. It also aims to explore the differences in internet addiction and psychological resilience based on gender within the study sample. Utilizing a descriptive analytical approach, the study employed two measurement tools: the Internet Addiction Scale and the Psychological Resilience Scale. These tools were administered to a sample of (98) second-year psychology students, both male and female. The findings revealed a strong inverse correlation between internet addiction and psychological resilience among the students. Additionally, there were no statistically significant differences in internet addiction and psychological resilience attributed to gender.
Keywords
Internet addiction, psychological resilience, university student.
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