The Relation between Sleep Quality and Screen Time with Student Learning Concentration
Keywords:Sleep Quality, Screen Time, Learning Concentration
Learning concentration is the main capital for students to receive teaching materials and indicators of the success of the learning process. One factor that contributes to study concentration is good sleep quality. The learning process in the technological time involves the use of many devices which will indirectly increase screen time and ultimately be considered to affect learning concentration. This study aimed to assess the relationship between sleep quality and screen time with the learning concentration of high school students.
This cross-sectional study was conducted in Serang involving 185 high school students aged 16-18 years who had good verbal and non-verbal communication skills Sample selection is done by Consecutive Non-Random Sampling. Students who were under several conditions such as unpleasant psychological conditions (loss of family members, and loved ones), mental disorders, and psychotropic medication would not participate in this study. Data were taken directly with a PSQI questionnaire to assess sleep quality, The Army Alpha Test was used to measure study concentration, and a screen time questionnaire to calculate screen time. Data was processed and analyzed with SPSS version 22 with the Chi-Square test used to see the meaning of variable relationships.
Out of the 185 students studied, 153 (82.7%) students had poor sleep quality and 103 students (55.7%) had high screen time exposure (56 hours/week). However, it was found that 83.2% of the students had good learning concentration. Chi-square test results ≥ showed no relationship between sleep quality and screen time with learning concentration (p>0.05).
There was no relationship between sleep quality and screen time and high school students learning concentration.
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