Mobile Abuse in University Students and profiles of victimization and aggression.

@article{PoloDelRo2017MobileAI,
  title={Mobile Abuse in University Students and profiles of victimization and aggression.},
  author={Mª Isabel Polo Del R{\'i}o and Santiago Mendo L{\'a}zaro and Benito Le{\'o}n Del Barco and Elena Felipe Casta{\~n}o},
  journal={Adicciones},
  year={2017},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={
          245-255
        }
}
The vast majority of young people have mobile phones. This has become a must-have item in their lives, with traditional socialization spaces displaced by virtual ones. They use their mobile phones for many hours a day, to the detriment of their psychological and social functioning, showing greater vulnerability to abusive or excessive use, and more likely to become problematic or addicted users. This paper aims to study the impact of mobile phone abuse in a sample of college students, assessing… 

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