RELATIONSHIP OF ONLINE GAME PLAY WITH SLEEP QUALITY AND STUDENT LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT
Online game play is a phenomenon that is currently emerging in Indonesia, including among teenagers or school children. This study used a descriptive correlation research by approaching retrospective which was carried out from February to March 2022. The population in this study were students of SMPN 1 Damai Kota. The collecting of sampling technic used Consecutive sampling, and the research samplers were 82 respondents. The statistical test used was Chi Square and gained that the t count (p value) < 0.05. The result of research was gainned that the intensity of playing online games in the low category (85.4%). The sleep quality of students at SMPN 1 Damai was in the good category (63.4%). Meanwhile the Learning achievement was in the good and adequate category (39.0%). The relationship between playing online games and sleep quality was obtained p-value = 0.001 smaller than <0.05 and the relationship between playing online games and learning achievement was obtained p-value = 0.001 smaller than <0.05. There is a correlation between online games and sleep quality and learning achievement of students at SMPN 1 Damai, West Kutai Regency.
Keywords: Game Online, Learning Achievement, Sleep Quality.
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