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Dr. Michelle Drouin
Department of Psychology
Problematic mobile phone behaviors were common among one-fifth of the young adult undergraduates in our sample, and an equal number were taking steps to curb this problematic behavior. However, fewer (only 13%) recognized their dependency, and this appears to be a key factor in taking steps to curb problematic behavior.
Hernandez, Elisa; James, Audrey; and Davis, Jedidiah, "Mobile Phone Addiction Among Young Adults: Recognition and Behavior Change" (2016). 2016 IPFW Student Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium. 40.