テクノ・ネット依存症傾向に伴う悪影響と新型うつ傾向への予防策の縦断研究  [in Japanese] Longitudinal Study of Adverse Effects Associated with Techno-internet Addiction Disorder Tendency and Measures for Preventing a New Type of Depressive Tendency  [in Japanese]

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テクノ・ネット依存症傾向が高い学生ほど,新型うつ傾向とQOL(Quality of Life:生活の質)が悪化する傾向を示し,共感的ネット利用とレジリエンスや共同運動愛好度(複数人での運動を好む程度)が高い学生ほど,新型うつ傾向が抑制されQOL が高い傾向を示すとの仮説を設定した。情報系大学生を対象に縦断調査を行い,共分散構造分析で分析した結果,仮説は検証された。このことから,情報化社会における新型うつ傾向の予防策として,テクノ・ネット依存症傾向の回避や共同運動愛好の促進とレジリエンス向上の重要性が示唆された。

We hypothesized that college students with techno-internet addiction disorder tendency tend to develop a more severe, new type of depressive tendency and experience decreased quality of life (QOL). Conversely, students who exhibit higher levels of empathetic internet usage tend to encourage each other, have a higher psychological resilience, and show a preference for exercising with others, all of which suppress this new type of depressive tendency and improve QOL. Longitudinal data collected by questionnaire surveys of university students in the information sciences were analyzed by structural equation modeling, and the results appeared to support our hypothesis. In order to prevent this new type of depressive tendency in the current information society, it is essential to reduce techno-internet addiction disorder tendency and promote both exercising with partners and psychological resilience.

Journal

  • Papers on Environmental Information Science

    Papers on Environmental Information Science ceis32(0), 137-142, 2018

    Center for Environmental Information Science

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130007528153
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0389-6633
  • NDL Article ID
    029403132
  • NDL Call No.
    Z74-E100
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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