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Distracted Minds: Investigating the Influence of Smart Phone Addiction on Study Habits Among Secondary School Students


The study investigates the impact of smart phone addiction on the study habits of Secondary School Students focusing on whether significant differences exist between students with and without smart phone addiction with the Widespread use of smart phone among today’s youth, concerns have emerged regarding their potential influence on academic performance and study habits. By investigating the connection between smartphone addiction and Study habits among secondary school students, the study seeks to close this knowledge gap.  One hundred (100) sample of secondary school students were selected comprising both students with and without smart phone addiction. Validated measures were used to assess smart phone addiction levels and study habits. Additionally, data on time spent on phone and performance was collected. Statistical analyses including t-test was conducted to compare the study habits of students with or without smart phone addiction. The findings contributed to understanding the significance of smart phone addiction in shaping academic behaviors and informed interventions aimed at promoting   study habits among secondary school students in this digital age.


Keywords: : Academic Performance, Digital Age, secondary school students, smart phone addition, study habits

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