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Psihologija
2019, vol. 52, br. 3, str. 217-233
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 20/09/2019
doi: 10.2298/PSI181119003L
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Koje emocije utiču na upotrebu novih tehnologija? Italijanska adaptacija Skale motivacije za korišćenje interneta kod adolescenata i kriterijumska validnost u odnosu na problematičnu upotrebu interneta i nezadovoljstvo telom
aUniversity of Rome "La Sapienza", Department of Dynamic and Clinical Psychology, Roma, Italy + Ordine degli Psicologi del Lazio, Roma, Italy
bUniversity of Rome "La Sapienza", Department of Dynamic and Clinical Psychology, Roma, Italy
cOrdine degli Psicologi del Lazio, Roma, Italy

e-adresa: caputo.and@libero.it

Projekat

The research project was commissioned to the Psychologist Certification Board of the Latium Region and received financial support by General Directorate of Food Hygiene, Safety and Nutrition, Italian Ministry of Health. The project name is Eating habits and new technologies (project number N. C82I15000210001)

Sažetak

Imajući u vidu negativne aspekte problematične upotrebe novih tehnoloških uređaja (eng. new tehcnological devices - NTD, prim. prev.) na psihološkom i ponašajnom planu, cilj ovog istraživanja je da se predstavi italijanska adaptacija i validacija skale motivacije za korišenje interneta kod adolescenata (eng. the Internet Motive Questionnaire for Adolescents; IMQ-A), a u nameri da se razume motivacija za korišćenje novih tehnoloških uređaja. 769 učenika uzrasta od 10-19 godina (M = 13.22, SD = 1.56) je popunilo IMQ-A skalu, Kolinsovu skalu procene ljudskih figura (eng. the Collins Figures Rating Scale) i dve mere koje se odnose na problematičnu upotrebu novih tehnoloških uređaja sa fokusom na prekomernoj upotrebi tokom noći i za vreme obroka. Interna konzistencija sve četiri subskale IMQ-A je bila zadovoljavajuća: Prevladavanje (α = .84), Socijalna motivacija (α = .80), Poboljšanje (raspoloženja, prim. prev.) (α = .80) i Konformizam (α = .68). Međutim, faktorska struktura je pokazala da trofaktorsko rešenje (bez subskale Konformizma) ima nešto bolje indekse uklapanja u odnosu na originalni model. Motiv prevladavanja je u korelaciji sa problematičnom upotrebom novih tehnoloških uređaja i pokazao se uspešnim prediktorom visokih skorova na Nezadovoljstvu telom, što su podaci koji govore u prilog kriterijumske i eksterne validnosti. Italijanska adaptacija IMQ-A skale može biti korisna i na polju istraživanja i na kliničkom polju, kada je potrebno korisnicima predložiti alternativne strategije prevladavanja i unaprediti pojedine aspekte njihove emocionalne regulacije.

Ključne reči

novi tehnološki uređaji; motivacija; problematična upotreba; adolescent; validacija

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