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Development and Validation of the Mobile Addiction Scale: The Components Model Approach

  title={Development and Validation of the Mobile Addiction Scale: The Components Model Approach},
  author={Mehmet Akif Ersoy},
Mobile phones have entered our lives through technological developments, becoming the most commonly used technological device. In the last decade, they can now process almost every task that can be done with a computer. In particular, people who have been provided several advantages with their smart phones through an Internet connection are spending more and more time on mobile phones. Excessive use of mobile phones has become an addiction in society. The ability to access the Internet anytime… 

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