Psychological adaptation in the info-communication society: The revised version of the Technology-Related Psychological Consequences Questionnaireстатья

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[1] Emelin V. A., Tkhostov A. S., Rasskazova E. I. Psychological adaptation in the info-communication society: The revised version of the technology-related psychological consequences questionnaire // Psychology in Russia: State of the Art. — 2014. — Vol. 7, no. 2. — P. 105–120. The aim of the study is to consider technology-related changes in psychological needs and boundaries that could affect personal adaptation to the info-communication society beyond or in the interaction with problem and excessive technology use. Based on the psychological model of consequences of technology use we develop two forms (for mobile phones and for the Internet) of a revised version of Technology-Related Psychological Consequences Questionnaire including nine scales: two assessing excessive use of technologies (impossibility of refusing and subjective dependence), four scales assessing changes of psychological boundaries (boundaries extension and violation, easiness-related and opportunity-related preference of technologies) and the other three more scales measuring technology-related needs (functionality, convenience and image making). In the normative sample (N=132) appropriate reliability, factor validity and convergent validity in comparisons to the picture measure of the technology-related boundaries change were demonstrated. Based on hierarchical regression and moderator analysis it was shown that changes in psychological boundaries affect excessive use of technologies (explaining additional 17-27% of variance) after adjusting for frequency of use and age group. Boundaries extension and easiness-related preference for mobile phones but not for the Internet predicted satisfaction with life after adjusting for frequency of use, age group, impossibility of refusing and subjective dependency respectively however the whole model didn't reach statistical significance. Thus our data supports the hypothesis that there are different kinds of technology-related changes in psychological boundaries that are prominent for subjective feeling of dependence and impossibility of refusing from technology and might be in some cases important for personal satisfaction with life.

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