The Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design, and Technology (IADT) is where I received my Applied Psychology (BSc) degree. My name is Sophie Smith. I am confident that this degree will help me in the years to come and act as a launching pad for my career growth.
The purpose of this project is to explore how the use of technology while commuting affects students' wellbeing. The project focused on how commuting and technology can impact physical and psychological wellbeing, as well as how students can use technology to improve their wellbeing in the context of their commute. The project involved a quantitative research design. The quantitative research involved a survey to collect data about the frequency and type of technology used during commutes, and how this impacts overall wellbeing. The project will also include a review of existing literature around the use of technology while commuting, and the impact it has on wellbeing. This will include exploring the potential benefits and drawbacks of using technology while commuting, and any potential differences. The results of the research were analyzed and interpreted to provide a comprehensive overview of how the use of technology while commuting affects students' wellbeing.
The objective of my project is to explore the effects of using technology while commuting on students' well-being. This project will took into account the different types of technology students are using while commuting such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones. I also considered the potential impacts of using these technologies on students' physical and mental health. The results of this project will be used to inform future research and policy decisions on the use of technology while commuting and its impact on students' well-being.
The hypothesis was tested using a two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), which revealed no evidence of a significant difference between the variables. However, the design had flaws, so suggestions for the study's future direction were made. Overall, there was no discernible difference between students' well-being as measured by the amount of time spent on social media and the modes of transportation.
The effects of using technology while commuting on students' well-being.