Determinants Of Smartphone Addiction: An Overview From Mental Health And Psychological Well-Being

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Smartphones currently provide incredible opportunities, convenience, dependability, and everything a person could ever need. Smartphones are real-time information suppliers with advanced computing capabilities that have shrunk the inequalities in Internet access and provide more equal chances for all people around the world. Many smartphone users carry their phones with them everywhere and use them for an average 150-180 times per day. The purpose of this study is to investigate how smartphones are changing society and how smartphones will transform culture, social life, technology landscape, and other facets of current society on their own. This research looks at prior studies on smartphone addiction and related issues, with a focus on emotional health and psychological well-being. Factors including mental health issues and parental isolation were found to play a significant role in the development of a smartphone addiction. At the conclusion of the publication, the researchers stressed some significant factors leading to smartphone addiction for further research in this field from the previous literature.

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31 October 2022

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Ali, S. M., Mokhlas, H., & Yahya, R. A. (2022). Determinants Of Smartphone Addiction: An Overview From Mental Health And Psychological Well-Being. In H. H. Kamaruddin, T. D. N. M. Kamaruddin, T. D. N. S. Yaacob, M. A. M. Kamal, & K. F. Ne'matullah (Eds.), Reimagining Resilient Sustainability: An Integrated Effort in Research, Practices & Education, vol 3. European Proceedings of Multidisciplinary Sciences (pp. 335-339). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epms.2022.10.32