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    Title: Development and Validation of the Smartphone Addiction Inventory (SPAI)
    Authors: Lin, Yu-Hsuan;Chang, Li-Ren;Lee, Yang-Han;Tseng, Hsien-Wei;Kuo, Terry B. J.;Chen, Sue-Huei
    Contributors: 淡江大學電機工程學系
    Keywords: Cell phones;Computer addiction;Addiction;Internet;Behavioral addiction;Vibration;Substance addiction;Sleep
    Date: 2014-06-04
    Issue Date: 2015-01-28 11:07:54 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Public Library of Science
    Abstract: Objective:
    The aim of this study was to develop a self-administered scale based on the special features of smartphone. The reliability and validity of the Smartphone Addiction Inventory (SPAI) was demonstrated.
    A total of 283 participants were recruited from Dec. 2012 to Jul. 2013 to complete a set of questionnaires, including a 26-item SPAI modified from the Chinese Internet Addiction Scale and phantom vibration and ringing syndrome questionnaire. There were 260 males and 23 females, with ages 22.962.0 years. Exploratory factor analysis, internalconsistency test, test-retest, and correlation analysis were conducted to verify the reliability and validity of the SPAI. Correlations between each subscale and phantom vibration and ringing were also explored.
    Exploratory factor analysis yielded four factors: compulsive behavior, functional impairment, withdrawal and tolerance. Test–retest reliabilities (intraclass correlations = 0.74–0.91) and internal consistency (Cronbach’s a = 0.94) were all satisfactory. The four subscales had moderate to high correlations (0.56–0.78), but had no or very low correlation to phantom vibration/ringing syndrome.
    This study provides evidence that the SPAI is a valid and reliable, self-administered screening tool to investigate smartphone addiction. Phantom vibration and ringing might be independent entities of smartphone addiction.
    Relation: PLoS ONE 9(6), e98312(5 pages)
    DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0098312
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Electrical Engineering] Journal Article

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