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Children' Stress, Depression, Sleep, and Internet Use
International Journal of Psychology and Educational Studies
This study examines the connections between children's sleep, stress, depression, and internet use. Parents believe that sleep effectively reduces children's stress, while children instead insist that internet use is effective for reducing their stress. Based on that argument, this study has three purposes: to examine whether sleep or internet use is more effective at reducing children's stress, examine whether stress is related to depression, and examine whether sleep affects depressiondoi:10.52380/ijpes.2021.8.4.671 fatcat:pqi5teeb7jgc7cq4w7mtcaadku