Problematic mobile phone use and smartphone addiction across generations: the roles of psychopathological symptoms and smartphone use

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Kuss, DJ; Kanjo, E; Crook-Rumsey, M; Kibowski, F; Wang, GY; Sumich, A; (2018)

Contemporary technological advances have led to a significant increase in using mobile technologies. Recent research has pointed to potential problems as a consequence of mobile overuse, including addiction, financial problems, dangerous use (i.e. whilst driving) and pr... View more
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