Smartphone Addiction in Undergraduate Athletes: Reasons and Effects of Using Instagram Intensively

@article{Gezgin2020SmartphoneAI,
  title={Smartphone Addiction in Undergraduate Athletes: Reasons and Effects of Using Instagram Intensively},
  author={Deniz Mertkan Gezgin and Can Mihci},
  journal={International Journal of Technology in Education and Science},
  year={2020}
}
  • D. Gezgin, C. Mihci
  • Published 19 June 2020
  • Education
  • International Journal of Technology in Education and Science
Instagram has become a popular social network software based primarily on the concept of sharing visual content. As the most popular mobile application among university students, it is thought to be a major component of excessive smartphone use cases due to the need of its users for frequently checking updates. As a result, heavy Instagram-use for both sharing personally generated content and checking on others’ updates is thought to be a contributor to smartphone addiction. The purpose of this… 

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