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  • 1. wChapter IV<br />tabulation<br />Table 1. Demographic Profile of Psychology Students of PUP regarding their age.<br />AGEFREQUENCYPERCENTAGE16-1710351.5%18-196432%19-202010%21-22133.5%<br />Table 1 presents the demographic profile of Psychology students of PUP regarding their age. One hundred three (103) or 51.5% fall under the age bracket of sixteen (16) to seventeen (17). The findings show that most of the respondents are ages 16-17. <br />Table 2. Demographic Profile of Psychology Students of PUP regarding their sex.<br />SEXFREQUENCYPERCENTAGEFemale11457%Male8643%<br />Table 2 presents the gender distribution of the respondents. One hundred fourteen (114) or 57% are female and eighty six (86) are male. The findings show that most of the respondents are female.<br />Table 3. Average mean and percentile rank of the respondents who answered NO in technological development.<br />
    • QUESTIONXPERCENTAGE152.50%2199.50%38643%44824%518090%67638%710251%83618%94623%1015879%
    Table 4. Average mean and percentile rank of the respondents who answered YES in technological development.<br />
    • QUESTIONXPERCENTAGE119597.50%218190.50%311457%415276%52010%612462%79849%816482%915477%104221%
    Table 5. Average mean and percentile rank of the respondents who answered NO in behavioral changes.<br />
    • QUESTIONXPERCENTAGE19045%22814%314371.50%416984.50%54522.50%64623%77638%86030%911557.50%1013969.50%
    Table 6. Average mean and percentile rank of the respondents who answered YES in behavioral changes.<br />
    • QUESTIONXPERCENTAGE111055%217286%35728.50%43115.50%515577.50%615477%712462%814070%98542.50%106130.50%
    Table 7. Effect of Technological Development in Psychology Students in Terms of Socialization.<br />
    • QUESTIONXPERCENTAGEDo you spend most of your time in texting and in calling your friends?12462%Do you gain new friends by joining social network activities (e.g clan) through your cellphone?15477%Are you constantly in contact with your friends using cellphone?11055%
    Table 8. Effect of Technological Development in Psychology Students in Terms of Self-esteem.<br />
    • QUESTIONXPERCENTAGEDo you gain more confidence using a brand new cellphone?17286%Do you feel inadequate, emptied, and depressed when you don’t have the access in your cellphone?5728.50%Do you envy others who have the latest cellphone models than yours?15577.50%Do you feel shame using old model of cellular phones in public?6130.50%
    Table 9. Effect of Technological Development in Psychology School performance.<br />
    • QUESTIONXPERCENTAGEDo you think that cellphone applications (dictionary, wi-fi, etc.) will help you with your studies, instead of going to the library?8542.50%At school, do you constantly check your phone to see if you have a text message?14070%Do you spend more time reading text messages than studying?3115.50%
    Table 10. The relationship between Technological changes and the Behavior of the Psychology Students of PUP.<br />QTC(x)Beh(y)x2y2 xy11951038 025100 1 95021812232 7614843 98231149012 9968 1003 98241525123 1042 60110 26052017840031 6843 56061248015 3766 4009 920798999 6049 8019 70281644326 8961 8497 05291544523 7162 0256 93010421491 76422 2016 258N=10x=1244y=767x2=184642 y2=85 245 xy=67 366<br />Wherein:<br />x= frequency of the respondents who answered YES in technological development<br />y= frequency of the respondents who answered NO in behavioral changes<br /> N xy- xy<br />R = N x2- x2N y2- y2<br /> 10 67366- 1244 767<br />= 10 184642- 1244210 85245- 7672<br /> 673 660 – 954 148<br /> = 10 184642- 1244210 85245- 7672<br /> -280 488<br /> = 298 884264 161<br /> -280 488<br /> = 7.9 x 1010<br /> = -280 488<br /> 281 069.39<br /> = -0.997 or-1 perfect negative correlation<br />QuestionTC(x)Beh(y)x2y2xy119519038 025 36 100 37050218117832 7613168432 218311411012 99612 100 12 540415214923 10422 20122 64852022400484440612412015 37614 40014 8807981019 60410 2019 898816415726 89624 64925 748915415523 71624 02523 8701042511 7642 6012 142N=10x=1244y=1233x2=184642 y2=178445 xy=181434<br />Wherein:<br />x= frequency of the respondents who answered YES in technological development<br />y= frequency of the respondents who answered YES in behavioral changes<br /> N xy- xy<br />R = N x2- x2N y2- y2<br /> 10 181 434- 1244 1233<br />= 10 184642- 1244210 178 445- 12332<br /> 1 814 340 – 1 533 852<br /> = 1 846 642-1 547 5361 784 450-1 520 289<br /> -280 488<br /> = 298 884264 161<br /> -280 488<br /> = 7.9 x 1010<br /> = -280 488<br /> 281 069.39<br /> = -0.997 or 1 perfect positive correlation<br />