ADDICTA: The Turkish Journal on Addictions
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Predictive Effects of Nomophobia, Netlessphobia, and Sleepiness on Fatigue

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Department of Public Health Nursing, Artvin Çoruh University Faculty of Health Sciences, Artvin, Türkiye

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Department of Turkish Language Teaching, Necmettin Erbakan Faculty of Education, Konya, Türkiye

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Department of Psychiatric Nursing, Artvin Çoruh Faculty of Health Sciences, Artvin, Türkiye

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Distance Education Application and Research Center, Artvin Çoruh University, Artvin, Türkiye

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Emergency Aid and Disaster Management, Artvin Çoruh University Faculty of Health Sciences, Artvin, Türkiye

Addicta 2024; 11: 44-50
DOI: 10.5152/ADDICTA.2024.23082
Read: 397 Downloads: 175 Published: 14 March 2024

Abstract: This study investigated the predictive effects of nomophobia, netlessphobia, and sleepiness on fatigue. The sample consisted of 907 students from a public university. Data were collected using Demographical Information Form, the Fırat Netlessphobia Scale, the Fırat Nomophobia Scale, the Epworth Sleepiness Scale, and the Chalder Fatigue Scale. Therefore, structural equation modeling was used to identify factors affecting fatigue. The structural equation modeling was performed using the Analysis of Moment Structures. The results showed that nomophobia, netlessphobia, and sleepiness predicted fatigue, explaining 31% of the total variance. Nomophobia and netlessphobia predicted sleepiness, with nomophobia and netlessphobia explaining 18% and 30% of the total variance, respectively.

Cite this article as: Durmuş Sarıkahya, S., Akçam, A., Kanbay, Y., Özbay, Ö., & Çınar Özbay, S. (2024). Predictive effects of nomophobia, netlessphobia, and sleepiness on fatigue. Addicta: The Turkish Journal on Addictions, 11(1), 44-50.

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