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4Comparative study of nomophobia among Spanish and Portuguese nursing students
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5Individual Differences in the Relationship Between Attachment and Nomophobia Among College Students: The Mediating Role of Mindfulness
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Journal of Medical Internet Research.2017;19(12)e404
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6The Impact of Using Cell Phones After Light-Out on Sleep Quality, Headache, Tiredness, and Distractibility Among Students of a University in North of Iran
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7The Impact of Using Cell Phones After Light-Out on Sleep Quality, Headache, Tiredness, and Distractibility Among Students of a University in North of Iran
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8The Impact of Using Cell Phones After Light-Out on Sleep Quality, Headache, Tiredness, and Distractibility Among Students of a University in North of Iran
Ali Acilar
Iranian Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.2013;9(4)234
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9SOSYAL AG KULLANICILARI ARASINDA NOMOFOBI YAYGINLIGININ ÇESITLI FAKTÖRLER AÇISINDAN INCELENMESI
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10The Use of Smartphones in Different Phases of Medical School and its Relationship to Internet Addiction and Learning Approaches
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Journal of Medical Systems.2018;42(6)1
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11Exploratory investigation of theoretical predictors of nomophobia using the Mobile Phone Involvement Questionnaire (MPIQ)
Lidia Argumosa-Villar,Joan Boada-Grau,Andreu Vigil-Colet
Journal of Adolescence.2017;56(6)127
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12A Comparative Study of Mobile Internet Usage between the U.S. and Korea
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13A Comparative Study of Mobile Internet Usage between the U.S. and Korea
Ananya Upreti,Priyanka Musalay
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14Mindful Leadership and Navigating the Seas of Change in the Information Age
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15Ön Lisans Ögrencilerinin Nomofobi Düzeylerinin Akilli Telefon Kullanim Durumlarina Göre Incelenmesi
Mustafa Sirakaya
Mersin Üniversitesi Egitim Fakültesi Dergisi.2018;8(2)714
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16Ön Lisans Ögrencilerinin Nomofobi Düzeylerinin Akilli Telefon Kullanim Durumlarina Göre Incelenmesi
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17A multi-group analysis of the effects of individual differences in mindfulness on nomophobia
Ibrahim Arpaci,Mustafa Baloglu,Sahin Kesici
Information Development.2019;35(2)333
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18Association of alcohol use with problematic mobile phone use and depressive symptoms among college students in Anhui, China
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Journal of Public Health.2017;25(1)103
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19Temperament and characteristics related to nomophobia
Maria Angustias Olivencia-Carrión,Ramón Ferri-García,María del Mar Rueda,Manuel Gabriel Jiménez-Torres,Francisca López-Torrecillas
Psychiatry Research.2018;266(1)5
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20Measuring the Enormity of Nomophobia Among Youth in Pakistan
Irfan Nawaz,Irum Sultana,Muhammad Javed Amjad,Alia Shaheen
Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.2017;2(3-4)149
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21Measuring the Enormity of Nomophobia Among Youth in Pakistan
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Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.2015;2(3-4)192
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22Measuring the Enormity of Nomophobia Among Youth in Pakistan
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23Evaluation of nomophobia among medical students using smartphone in north India
Janki Bartwal,Bhola Nath
Medical Journal Armed Forces India.2019;2(3-4)102
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24Mobile Phone Use and Mental Health. A Review of the Research That Takes a Psychological Perspective on Exposure
Sara Thomée
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.2018;15(12)2692
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25Is problematic mobile phone use explained by chronotype and personality?
Eda Demirhan,Christoph Randler,Mehmet Baris Horzum
Chronobiology International.2016;33(7)821
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26Is problematic mobile phone use explained by chronotype and personality?
Rishi Raj Bahl,David DeIuliis
Chronobiology International.2015;33(7)745
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27EVALUATION OF THE NOMOPHOBIA’S PREVALENCE AND ITS IMPACT ON SCHOOL PERFORMANCE AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN MOROCCO
Ismail Louragli,Ahmed Ahami,Abderrazak Khadmaoui,Khaoula Mammad,Anass Chaker Lamrani
Problems of Psychology in the 21st Century.2018;12(2)84
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28FEAR OF THE AGE: NOMOPHOBIA (NO-MOBILE-PHONE)
Serife GÜZEL
Journal of Academic Perspective on Social Studies.2018;12(1)20
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29Culture and nomophobia: The role of vertical versus horizontal collectivism in predicting nomophobia
Ibrahim Arpaci
Information Development.2019;35(1)96
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30Your mobile phone indeed means your social network: Priming mobile phone activates relationship related concepts
Peter Kardos,Zsolt Unoka,Csaba Pléh,Péter Soltész
Computers in Human Behavior.2018;88(1)84
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31Indicators of smartphone addiction and stress score in university students
?erban Gligor,Ioana Mozo?
Wiener klinische Wochenschrift.2019;131(5-6)120
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32Addicted to cellphones: exploring the psychometric properties between the nomophobia questionnaire and obsessiveness in college students
Seungyeon Lee,Minsung Kim,Jessica S. Mendoza,Ian M. McDonough
Heliyon.2018;4(11)e00895
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33How Digital Anxieties Are Shaping the Next Generation's Mental Health
Brenda K. Wiederhold
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking.2017;20(11)661
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34Nomophobia: an emerging issue in medical institutions?
Iqbal Ahmad Farooqui,Prasad Pore,Jayashree Gothankar
Journal of Mental Health.2018;27(5)438
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35The Effect of Problematic Internet Use, Social Appearance Anxiety, and Social Media Use on Nursing Students' Nomophobia Levels
Dijle Ayar,Gülçin Özalp Gerçeker,Emine Zahide Özdemir,Murat Bektas
CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing.2018;36(12)589
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