International Journal of Academic Research and Development

International Journal of Academic Research and Development


International Journal of Academic Research and Development
International Journal of Academic Research and Development
Vol. 2, Issue 4 (2017)

Relationship between emotional intelligence and technology addiction among young students


Dr. Vandana Patel

Background: With Informational Technological progression, ordinary new media is expanding the rate of Internet addicts which shows up as a potential issue in youth. Internet addiction as per is being seen as dominating issues in the present youth. Research discoveries have demonstrated that there exists a barely recognizable difference between the time wherein we control innovation and the time innovation starts to administer our lives Emotional intelligence (EI) is the fitness to oversee feelings insightfully which incorporates a gathering of emotional and psychological skills. There are numerous variables that influence EI. One of them is internet addiction (IA). The points of this examination are to decide the EI and IA levels among young adults and to research the connection between them. Materials and Methods: This cross–sectional overview was directed on 90 students who were haphazardly chosen. The review instrument was a triploid poll: statistic data including age, sex, and so on. Youthful's Internet Addiction Test (IAT), which contains 20 inquiries concerning manifestations of Internet enslavement evaluated by Likert scale score of 1-never to review 5-dependably, emotional intelligence poll including 25 questions around four classifications of feeling: well being, self control, emotionability and sociability. Result: According to discoveries of this examination, 39.7 % of students is Internet dependent in general, 41.9 % had mild dependency, 15.4 % depended to medium and 3 % had serious reliance. At that point normal score of emotional intelligence among students was 111.7 %. There was a inverse connection between the seriousness of Internet enslavement and emotional intelligence. Conclusion: EI and IA are adversely associated among youthful grown-ups. These two imperative ideas ought to be explored and coordinated. Too, individuals ought to be prepared on the most proficient method to create EI abilities and utilization of the web appropriately.
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Dr. Vandana Patel. Relationship between emotional intelligence and technology addiction among young students. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 4, 2017, Pages 206-209
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