Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF INTERNET-COMMUNICATION IN SOCIAL SOCIETY OF MOLODEJI. The results of the study of Internet dependence on the method of Kimberly-Yang
Mirzayev Djamshid Turdalievich, FayzievaShoiraAyubovna
This article is based on the methodological analysis of our study "Psychological aspects of the influence of Internet communication on the social behavior of young people" Today, the rapid distribution of Internet connections in Uzbekistan is actively discussing at all levels. This sector is of interest to psychologists, doctors, philologists, sociologists, military, philosophers, political scientists, programmers and other programs in the field of programs. Selected for our study (a questionnaire according to the author's methodology, a psychological test according to the methods: Kimberly Jung's test (adapted by V.A. Loskutova); V. Melnikov, Lyampolsky psychodiagnostic test (PDT); method "Value guidelines" (M. Rokeach); Behavior Coping Methods survey (R. Lazarus), M. Zuckerman's sensation-seeking diagnostic technique (secondary data analysis) is based on a scientific analysis of one of our methods. rearrangements using the Kimberly-Young method.
Internet, Internet influence, communication, socialization, modern youth, mobile communications, stress, Internet communication, Internet addiction, Kimberly-Young method, GSU, Yogju University, Tashkent State Pedagogical University, social behavior, psychological pressure
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