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This study aims to determine the extent to which internet addiction behavior and its dimensions affect academic achievement. A stratified random sampling procedure was used to obtain 246 respondents from high school students from a population of 8,000.Academic achievement is measured in a mathematics test developed from a question bank in the field of mathematics. The results showed that internet addiction, procratination, and self-control were significant predictors of academic achievement in mathematics. Further findings, there are four significant latent structures of internet addiction behavior, namely neglect work, neglect of social life, excessive use, and lack of control based on exploratory factorial analysis.
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