Analysis and Prospect of Research on Mobile Phone Addiction
Asian Journal of Research in Nursing and Health,
Software citespace5 5 is used to visually analyze the core literature data related to the study of mobile phone addiction in the web of science database. The results show that the number of research results on mobile phone addiction continues to grow, and the hot research on mobile phone addiction mainly focuses on college students and teenagers, focusing on the causes, influencing factors, and internal mechanism of mobile phone addiction; Future research should further expand the research object, expand new research methods and improve the mechanism model, so as to explore the depth of mobile phone addiction research.
- mobile phone addiction
- research status
- visual analysis
How to Cite
Tariq FJ,Bin Irfan A R，Daud S. Cell-phone Addiction amongst Medical students: A cross-sectional study[J]. Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences. 2021;15(7):1467-1470.
Varma B, Sekhri R, Kumar R. A Study of Mobile Phone Addiction among Adolescents in Relation to Loneliness[J]. Indian Journal of Psychological Science. 2017;8(2):50-57.
Tariq FJ, Bin Irfan AR. Cell Phone Addiction: A Rising Epidemic[J]. Journal of The Pakistan Medical Association. 2019;69(7):928-929.
Zhang X, Gao F, Kang Z et al. Perceived Academic Stress and Depression: The Mediation Role of Mobile Phone Addiction and Sleep Quality[J]. Frontiers in Public Health. 2022:10.
Ma H, Zou JM, Zhong Y, et al. The influence of mobile phone addiction and work procrastination on burnout among newly graduated Chinese nurses[J]. Perspectives IN Psychiatric Care. 2021;57(4):1798-1805.
Saberi H, Kashani MM, Badi HZ. Evaluation of cell phone addiction in shahid beheshti hospital nurses in Kashan 2016[J]. International Archives of Health Sciences. 2019;6(1):12-17.
Park SY, Yang S, Shin CS, et al. Long-Term Symptoms of Mobile Phone Use on Mobile Phone Addiction and Depression Among Korean Adolescents[J]. International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health. 2019;16(19).
Yang XJ, Zhou ZK, Liu QQ, et al. Mobile Phone Addiction and Adolescents' Anxiety and Depression: The Moderating Role of Mindfulness[J]. Journal Of Child And Family Studies. 2019;28(3):822-830.
Chen C. Searching for intellectual turning points: Progressive knowledge domain visualization[J]. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2004;101(suppl):5303-5310.
Lopez-Fernandez O. Short version of the Smartphone Addiction Scale adapted to Spanish and French: Towards a cross-cultural research in problematic mobile phone use[J]. Addictive Behaviors. 2017;64:275-280.
Lu L, Xu DD, Liu HZ,et al. Mobile phone addiction in Tibetan and Han Chinese adolescents[J]. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care. 2019;55(3):438-444.
Sahin S, Ozdemir K, Unsal A, et al. Evaluation of mobile phone addiction level and sleep quality in university students[J]. Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences. 2013;29(4):913-918.
Abd Rashid J, Aziz AA, Rahman AA, et al. The Influence of Mobile Phone Addiction on Academic Performance Among[J]. Journal Komunikasi-Malaysian Journal of Communication. 2020;36(3):408-424.
Bai C, Chen XM, Han KQ. Mobile phone addiction and school performance among Chinese adolescents from low-income families: A moderated mediation model[J]. Children And Youth Services Review. 2020;118.
Chen L, Yan Z, Tang WJ, et al. Mobile phone addiction levels and negative emotions among Chinese young adults: The mediating role of interpersonal problems[J]. Computers in Human Behavior. 2016;55:856-866.
Chen WY, Yan L, Yuan YR, et al. Preference for Solitude and Mobile Phone Addiction Among Chinese College Students: The Mediating Role of Psychological Distress and Moderating Role of Mindfulness[J]. Frontiers in Psychology. 2021;12.
Dou K, Wang LX, Li JB, et al. Mobile Phone Addiction and Risk-Taking Behavior among Chinese Adolescents: A Moderated Mediation Model[J]. International Journal Of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2020:17(15).
Guo KL, Ma QS, Yao SJ et al. The Relationship Between Physical Exercise and Mobile Phone Addiction Tendency of University Students in China: A Moderated Mediation Model[J]. Frontiers in Psychology. 2022:13.
Hong W, Liu RD, Ding Y，et al. Mobile phone addiction and cognitive failures in daily life: The mediating roles of sleep duration and quality and the moderating role of trait self-regulation[J]. Addictive Behaviors. 2020:107.
Ivanova A, Gorbaniuk O, Blachnio A, et al. Mobile Phone Addiction, Phubbing, and Depression Among Men and Women: A Moderated Mediation Analysis[J]. Psychiatric Quarterly. 2020;91(3):655- 668.
Li XW, Feng XC, Xiao WL, et al. Loneliness and Mobile Phone Addiction Among Chinese College Students: The Mediating Roles of Boredom Proneness and Self-Control[J]. Psychology Research and Behavior Management. 2021;14:687-694.
Lian SL, Sun XJ, Niu GF, et al. Mobile phone addiction and psychological distress among Chinese adolescents: The mediating role of rumination and moderating role of the capacity to be alone[J]. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2021;279:701-710.
Ma ST, Huang YH, Ma YK. Childhood Maltreatment and Mobile Phone Addiction Among Chinese Adolescents: Loneliness as a Mediator and Self-Control as a Moderator[J]. Frontiers in Psychology. 2020:11.
Mei SL, Xu G, Gao TT, et al. The relationship between college students' alexithymia and mobile phone addiction: Testing mediation and moderation effects[J]. BMC Psychiatry. 2018;18.
Zhang YX, Ding Q, Wang ZQ. Why parental phubbing is at risk for adolescent mobile phone addiction: A serial mediating model[J]. Children And Youth Services Review. 2021;121.
Abstract View: 25 times
PDF Download: 6 times