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Jurnal Psikologi Proyeksi Vol 5 No 2 Oktober 2010 / Zulaicha dan Sugiasih

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HUBUNGAN KECANDUAN CHATTING DENGAN PROKRASTINASI AKADEMIK

Annisa Zulaicha & Inhastuti Sugiasih

Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Islam Sultan Agung Semarang

 

Abstract

This study aims to examine empirically the relationship between addiction to chat with academic procrastination. Subjects in this study are students mig33 community in the town of Salatiga and Jogjakarta of 60 subjects

Measuring instrument used is a scale consisting of scales addiction chat and academic procrastination scale. Analysis of the data used is the product moment correlation technique developed by Pearson. Test results showed that the assumptions made in chat addiction variables derived KS-Z = 0.561 with a significance level of 0.912 (p> 0.05) and the variables obtained academic procrastination KS-Z = 1.072 with a significance level of 0.201 (p> 0.05) , both in normal distribution and form a straight line with F linier of 64.088 with p = 0.000 (p <0.05).
Based on the hypothesis test results obtained correlation coefficient rxy = 0.725, p = 0.000 (p <0.01). These results indicate that there is a positive relationship between addiction to chat with academic procrastination. Determinant coefficient (R ²) of 0.525 which showed that 2.5% of academic procrastination in college students affected by addiction to chat, while the other 47.5% are influenced by other variables outside of the variables used in this study.

The conclusion of this research is that there is a positive relationship between academic procrastination addiction chat with the student community of mig33 Salatiga and Jogjakarta. The higher addicted to chat, then the higher the academic procrastination by university students. Conversely, the lower the addiction to chat, then the lower the student committed academic procrastination.

Keywords: Addiction Chat, academic procrastination

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