STRESS, SMARTPHONE USE, LIFE SATISFACTION AND LEARNING PERFORMANCE: A STUDY AMONG YOUNG COLLEGE ADULTS

Muhammad Nadeem, Ishrat Siddiqa Lodhi, Muhammad Shakir, Saira Maqbool, Nabeela Shakur Abbasi

Abstract


Smartphone now days are come to be a common fragment of students’ life. Studies revealed that smartphone addiction caused psychological disorders and negatively affect mental health of learners. Current study aimed to examine the association between effects of smartphone use with life satisfaction intervened by stress and learning performance. It was also tried out to find the life satisfaction interceded by stress and learning performance encourages cell phone habit. To meet the set targets, a lump of 504 students enrolled at post graduate level from Bahawalpur were identified as sample of this study. The overview survey gathered demographic data and reactions to measures comprising the Smartphone Addiction Scale, the Perceived Stress Scale, and the
Satisfaction with Life Scale. The outcomes demonstrated that smartphone use was positively identified with stress, but adversely identified with life satisfaction. Furthermore, a smartphone usage was adversely identified with learning performance, but positively related with life satisfaction of young adult Pakistani students.


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