Published Sep 22, 2020

Qinxue Liu  


What is the impact of technology interference on smartphone addiction among teenagers? Recently, a study published in Psychological Science selected 11-19 teenagers as the research object, through the science and technology interfere with the scale, the core self-evaluation scale, psychological demand, network meet the scale, and smartphone addiction scale as a research tool, using the method of cluster sampling from two middle schools in Hubei province, a questionnaire survey was conducted among 4856 students, eliminating invalid questionnaires and obtained 4372 valid questionnaires...


How to Cite
Liu, Q. (2020). The Influence of Technology’s Interference on Adolescent Addiction to Smartphone: The Function of Core Self-Evaluations and Need Satisfaction Perceived Online. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 6(1), 794–795. Retrieved from https://bonoi.org/index.php/bece/article/view/255