Primary Health Care: Open Access

ISSN - 2167-1079

Chane Fantaw

College of Education and Behavioral Studies School of Psychology, Ethiopia


  • Research   
    The Relationship between Internet Addiction and Psychological Wellbeing among Addis Ababa University Main Campus Students
    Author(s): Chane Fantaw*

    The internet, being an integral part of human life, is widely used by university students for different purposes including academic related works, networking, entertainment and staying up to date with latest information. Nevertheless, making use of the internet excessively can bring about negative consequences in the lives of students. The present study sought to determine the relationship between internet addiction and psychological wellbeing among main campus students at Addis Ababa University. Employing a cross sectional research design, quantitative data from 304 university students (male = 156, female = 148) with a mean age of 20.76 years (SD = 1.42) were collected using demographic questionnaire (6 items), Young’s Internet Addiction Test (20 items) and Ryff’s Psychological Wellbeing scale (18 items). Descriptive statistical.. View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2167-1079.21.11.363

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