A Study on Mental Health of Students Addicted to Social Networking Sites
Keywords:SNS addictive behavior, Addicted students, Emotional stability, Gender, MHB, Rural students, Urban Students.
AbstractIn this internet world, social networking sites are undoubtedly a boon for us. It has brought the whole world together where individuals can solve their views and opinions with their friends, family and coworkers. Presently a day interpersonal interaction destinations become an irreplaceable piece of understudy’s life and impact their scholastic accomplishment just as emotional wellness. The current investigation attempts to discover the connection between SNS addictive conduct and psychological well-being of under graduate understudies of Udaipur area of Rajasthan, India. The goals of the examination are to discover the relationship of SNS addictive conduct with psychological wellness for young ladies, young men, metropolitan and country understudies. For this examination agent has taken review strategy with self-developed instrument and chose 203 dependent understudies. Also, for emotional wellness MHB was utilized. For examination of connection between SNS addictive conduct and emotional well-being scientist dissected information by utilizing Coefficient of Relationship. The consequence of study shows that there is huge negative connection between SNS addictive conduct and emotional wellness for test.
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Dr. Sushma Singh, Shruti Singh, & Dr. Madhu Sharma. (2022). A Study on Mental Health of Students Addicted to Social Networking Sites. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.25215/1001.056
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