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姓名 陳羿妘(Yi-Yun Chen) 電子郵件信箱 E-mail 資料不公開
畢業系所 資訊管理學系研究所(Information Management)
畢業學位 碩士(Master) 畢業時期 106學年第1學期
論文名稱(中) 應用正念練習APP介入智慧型手機使用行為
論文名稱(英) The Intervention Effects of the Mindfulness Training App on Smartphone Usage Behavior
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    摘要(中) 智慧型手機的行動應用程式(App)提供了越來越多樣化的功能,如行動商務、行動學習、行動娛樂等等,使人們日漸變得更加依賴於智慧型手機。然而,智慧型手機依賴可能會對使用者的社會互動行為與認知功能產生負面影響。正念練習在治療成癮上已顯示出初步的成效,因此其可能為智慧型手機成癮的解決方案。本研究旨在探討:一、智慧型手機使用行為與認知功能的相關性。二、本研究所開發之正念練習APP對於智慧型手機使用者的使用行為與認知功能的介入效果。在第一階段實驗中,受測者需填寫問卷(智慧型手機成癮、媒體多工),並完成電腦測驗(視覺注意力、任務轉換能力、抑制衝動能力)。研究結果顯示,智慧型手機成癮與任務轉換能力有顯著相關,而其他檢驗則無顯著相關。在第二階段實驗中,部分參與第一階段實驗的受測者完成正念量表,並開始定期使用正念練習APP。在八週後,這些受測者需完成第二次同樣的問卷填寫與電腦測驗。研究結果顯示,正念練習APP提升了受測者的正念程度。此外,正念練習APP顯著地降低了受測者的智慧型手機成癮程度與媒體多工程度,並提高他們的任務轉換能力。不過,正念練習APP並沒有影響到視覺注意力與抑制衝動能力。綜上所述,本研究提供了初步的證據:智慧型手機使用者的使用行為與他們的認知功能相關,且正念練習APP可能有助於提高正念與減少智慧型手機依賴。
    摘要(英) People have become more dependent on smartphones than before because modern smartphone apps provide a great range of services including commerce, learning, and entertainment. However, this dependence might have negatively influenced users’ social interaction and cognitive functions. Mindfulness training is a potential solution for smartphone addiction because it has shown preliminary effect in treating addictions. This current study explores (1) the relationship between smartphone usage pattern and cognitive functions, and (2) the interventional effect of my mindfulness training app on smartphone users’ usage behavior and cognitive functions. In the first experiment, participants completed questionnaires (smartphone addiction and media multitasking) and computerized tasks (visual attention, task switching, and response inhibition). The results showed that smartphone addiction was significantly correlated with task switching score. In the second experiment, some of the participants from the first experiment completed the mindfulness scale and then were asked to regularly use the mindfulness training app. After eight weeks, these participants completed the same questionnaires and tasks for the second time. The results showed that the training app increased participants’ mindfulness score. Furthermore, the training app significantly decreased participants’ smartphone addiction score and media multitasking score, and increased their task switching score. The app did not significantly affect visual attention or response inhibition score. Taken together, this study provides preliminary evidence that smartphone users’ usage pattern correlates with their cognitive functions, and that a smartphone training app of mindfulness might help to increase mindfulness and decrease smartphone reliance.
  • 智慧型手機成癮
  • 媒體多工
  • 認知功能
  • 智慧型手機使用行為
  • 正念
  • 應用程式
  • 關鍵字(英)
  • smartphone addiction
  • smartphone usage behavior
  • app
  • media multitasking
  • cognitive functions
  • mindfulness
  • 論文目次 論文審定書 i
    誌謝 ii
    中文摘要 iii
    Abstract iv
    第一章 緒論 1
    第一節 研究背景與動機 1
    第二節 研究問題 9
    第三節 研究目的 9
    第四節 名詞解釋 10
    第二章 文獻探討 12
    第一節 智慧型手機使用行為 12
    第二節 智慧型手機使用行為與認知能力 26
    第三節 認知能力測驗 30
    第四節 正念(Mindfulness) 33
    第三章 研究方法 40
    第一節 研究流程 40
    第二節 研究假設 43
    第三節 研究工具 44
    第四節 資料處理 54
    第四章 資料分析 55
    第一節 第一階段研究—探索手機使用行為與認知能力之關係 55
    第二節 第二階段研究—研究正念對手機使用行為與認知能力之改變 66
    第五章 結論與建議 71
    第一節 研究貢獻 71
    第二節 研究限制與建議 75
    參考文獻 76
    附錄 91
    附件一:正式研究問卷 91
    附件二 短版智慧型手機成癮量表(SPAI-SF)使用同意 96
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