Through this report, it explores mobile dependency, fear of losing out (FoMO) and the presumed social and academic skills that predict high school student social media addiction. The sample group includes 296 (136 female students and 160 male) high school students attending XY high schools in the academic year 2017-2018. Easy random tests have been used. Descriptive sample techniques were used in the analysis. The data collection instruments included the Personal Data Model, The Scale of Social Media Addiction, the measure of mobile addiction, Fear of Missing Out Measure (FoMO), the scale of perceived competence established by Ozer et al. Regression was included in statistical analysis. According to a stepwise regression study, the extent of social network dependence in high School students is projected by mobile addiction (β = 1.34), fear of losing out (β = 26.0) and perceived academic performance (β = -.12). The research forecasts social networking use among high school pupils as a consequence of mobile use, fear of losing out and presumed academic competence. As the degree of smartphone addiction and the risk of losing decreases and academic performance increases, the rates of smartphone addiction of students are the.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Journal of Critical Reviews|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Jun 2020|
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