The Effect of Self Regulation to Fear of Missing Out (FoMO) Level and Internet Addiction Level on Pre Service Teacher Students

Year: 2019

Author: Muhtarom, Taufik

Type of paper: Abstract refereed

This research purpose is to figure out the effect of self regulation to fear of missing out (fomo) level and internet addiction level on pre service teacher. This research was conducted with a questionnaire/ survey method, taking a sample of 208 active students at the PGRI University of Yogyakarta, the sample was taken using a simple random sampling technique from a total population of 480 students. The data were analyzed using linear simple regression techniques. The results of the study showed that t-value -0.438 < t table (1.972) show that the variable self regulation does not affect significantly to the variable fear of missing out. On the other hand, student’s self regulation had a significance value of 0.000 < 0.05 is obtained so the variable self regulation has a significant effect on variable Internet Addiction with negative regression.