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  • 1. CHAPTER 4
    Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data
  • 2. Presented By:
    Raphael Ray L. Perez
  • 3. This chapter includes presentation, analysis and interpretation of data which were drawn from the two hundred (200) psychology students of PUP. The results of the study are presented in tabulation and were interpreted by the researcher.
  • 4. I. Profile of the Respondents
  • 5. Table 1. Demographic Profile of Psychology Students of PUP regarding their age.
  • 6. Table 2. Demographic Profile of Psychology Students of of PUP regarding their sex.
  • 7. II. The Effects of the Technological Development of Cellular Phones to the Behavior of the Adolescents
  • 8. Table 3. Effects of Technological Development in Psychology Students in Terms of Socialization
  • 9. Table 4. The Effect of Technological Development in Psychology Students in Terms of Self Esteem.
  • 10. Table 5. The Effect of Technological Development in Psychology School Performance
  • 11. III. Is there a significant correlation between technological developments of cellular phones to the behavior of the respondents?
  • 12. Table 6. Relationship between the Technological Developments and their Behavior.
    Wherein:
    x= frequency of the respondent who answered YES in questions regarding technological development
    y= frequency of the respondents who answered NO in questions regarding behavioral changes
  • 13. Wherein:x= frequency of the respondents who answered YES in questions regarding technological developmenty= frequency of the respondents who answered YES in questions regarding behavioral changes* The researchers did not use the variables of the respondents who answered NO in technological changes questions because the study aimed to find out if there is an impact on behavior of adolescents who conform on the changes of technology.