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associations with problematic smartphone use similarly reported a mix of mostly small but occasionally medium effect sizes ( Elhai et al., 2017 ).
Beginning with demographic features, problematic smartphone use was associated with female gender, being
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addict*” or “pathological computer use” or “smartphone addiction” or “smartphone addict*”) AND TS = (“parental mediation” or “parental restriction” or “parental regulation” or “parental control” or “parental supervision” or “parental involvement” or
. – Choosing activities that students enjoy doing (types of group work that requires communication on a certain topic, doing surveys, listening exercises on a specific topic (e.g., Ted talks), activities where they can use computers or smartphones), role play