Impact of Short-form video addiction on University Students' attention and concentration

Published: 29 April 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/sd5ttc5rzf.1


A keen emphasis on lectures, assignments, and individual study is required of university life. But there's cause for concern as short-form video services proliferate due to their addictive algorithms and bite-sized material. This begs the question of how pupils' capacity for focus and memory is affected by excessive use of these platforms. There appears to be a negative association between short-form video addiction and poor academic performance. Studies show that short-form video addiction might reduce attention span and make it more difficult to filter distractions. Comprehending this influence is essential for encouraging responsible technology usage and cultivating an effective learning atmosphere for college attendees.



Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation


Algorithms, Attention, Academic Performance