Volume 15, Issue 1 (Spring & Summer 2017)                   CPAP 2017, 15(1): 145-156 | Back to browse issues page

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tajik H, tale pasand S, rahimian bogar E. Relationship Between Impulsivity, Perceived Stress and Happiness With Internet Addiction in Iran 15 to 28-year-old Facebook user. CPAP. 2017; 15 (1) :145-156
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-987-en.html
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The purpose of this study was to explore the Simple and multiple correlation between impulsivity, perceived stress and happiness in anticipation of internet addiction in teenager and young iranian users.The Design of the present study was correlational. The population of the study was all the young and teenager users in Iran (age range 15 to 28 years) who acted in this network in this time interval (Aban till Azar 1393).Participants were 478 users who voluntarily completed the young internet addiction questionnaire, Barratt Impulsivity scale, Cohen Perceived Stress scale and oxford happiness scale. Data were analyzed using multiple regression model.The result showed that in the impulsivity aspect, motion small- scale and small-scale lack of programme displayed positive and meaningful relation to internet addiction, but Cognitive impulsivity subscales did not show any meaningful relationship to internet addiction.Perceived stress showed positive relationship and happiness displayed its negative and meaningful relationship to internet. In a predictive model, only, motion and lack of programme and perceived stress and happiness subscales could anticipate the internet addiction meaningfully. We conclude that the lack of program and high stress when combined with low happiness, Internet addiction will follow. Theoretical and practical implications of the findings are discussed.

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