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Is smartphone addiction really an addiction?
Panova T and Carbonell X. J Behav Addict 2018 - Review. PMID 29895183 Free PMC article.
Aims In light of the rise in research on technological addictions and smartphone addiction in particular, the aim of this paper was to review the relevant literature on the topic of smartphone addiction and determine whether this disorder exists or if it does not adequately satisfy the criteria for addiction. Methods We reviewed quantitative and qualitative studies on smartphone addiction and analyzed their methods and conclusions to make a determination on the suitability of the diagnosis "addiction" to excessive and problematic smartphone use. ...
Aims In light of the rise in research on technological addictions and smartphone addiction in particular, the aim of this paper was t …
Smartphone Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as an Adjunct to Pharmacotherapy for Refractory Depression: Randomized Controlled Trial.
Mantani A, et al. J Med Internet Res 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29101095 Free PMC article.
OBJECTIVE: The aim is to evaluate the effectiveness of a smartphone CBT app as adjunctive therapy among patients with antidepressant-resistant major depression. ...CONCLUSIONS: This is the first study to demonstrate the effectiveness of a smartphone CBT in the treatment of clinically diagnosed depression. ...
OBJECTIVE: The aim is to evaluate the effectiveness of a smartphone CBT app as adjunctive therapy among patients with antidepressant- …
Pedestrian smartphone overuse and inattentional blindness: an observational study in Taipei, Taiwan.
Chen PL and Pai CW. BMC Public Health 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30595132 Free PMC article.
Logistic regression models revealed that contributing factors to smartphone overuse and inattentional blindness were a large smartphone screen (≥5 in), unlimited mobile Internet data, and being a student. ...CONCLUSIONS: Listening to music was the smartphone task most associated with pedestrian smartphone overuse and inattentional deafness. ...
Logistic regression models revealed that contributing factors to smartphone overuse and inattentional blindness were a large smart
Acute acquired comitant esotropia related to excessive Smartphone use.
Lee HS, et al. BMC Ophthalmol 2016. PMID 27061181 Free PMC article.
METHODS: The medical records of 12 patients with AACE and a history of excessive smartphone use were retrospectively reviewed, and the duration of smartphone use, angle of deviation, refractive error, stereopsis, and treatment options were analyzed. ...CONCLUSION: Excessive smartphone use might influence AACE development in adolescents. Refraining from smartphone use can decrease the degree of esodeviation in these patients, and remnant deviation can be successfully managed with surgical correction....
METHODS: The medical records of 12 patients with AACE and a history of excessive smartphone use were retrospectively reviewed, and th …
Evaluating mobile phone applications for health behaviour change: A systematic review
McKay FH, et al. J Telemed Telecare 2018 - Review. PMID 27760883
Mobile health interventions have previously relied on voice or text-based short message services (SMS), however, the increasing availability and ease of use of apps has allowed for significant growth of smartphone apps that can be used for health behaviour change. ...
Mobile health interventions have previously relied on voice or text-based short message services (SMS), however, the increasing availability …
[Smartphone use in nursing population: a narrative review].
Pucciarelli G, et al. Prof Inferm 2017 - Review. PMID 28763184 Italian.
CONCLUSIONS: There are potential benefits of the smartphone use, but the smartphone misuse could have negative consequences on the quality care and patient' safety due to nurses' distraction and interruptions. For this reason, nurses should be careful when they use their smartphone for no work-related activities....
CONCLUSIONS: There are potential benefits of the smartphone use, but the smartphone misuse could have negative consequences on …
The Effectiveness of Smartphone Apps for Lifestyle Improvement in Noncommunicable Diseases: Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses.
Lunde P, et al. J Med Internet Res 2018. PMID 29728346 Free PMC article.
CONCLUSIONS: Our review demonstrated limited research of the use of smartphone apps for NCDs other than diabetes with a follow-up of at least 3 months. ...More research with long-term follow-up should be performed to assess the effect of smartphone apps for NCDs other than diabetes....
CONCLUSIONS: Our review demonstrated limited research of the use of smartphone apps for NCDs other than diabetes with a follow-up of …
Social Networking Sites and Addiction: Ten Lessons Learned
Kuss DJ and Griffiths MD. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2017 - Review. PMID 28304359 Free PMC article.
These are: (i) social networking and social media use are not the same; (ii) social networking is eclectic; (iii) social networking is a way of being; (iv) individuals can become addicted to using social networking sites; (v) Facebook addiction is only one example of SNS addiction; (vi) fear of missing out (FOMO) may be part of SNS addiction; (vii) smartphone addiction may be part of SNS addiction; (viii) nomophobia may be part of SNS addiction; (ix) there are sociodemographic differences in SNS addiction; and (x) there are methodological problems with research to date. ...
These are: (i) social networking and social media use are not the same; (ii) social networking is eclectic; (iii) social networking is a way …
Perceptions of Smartphone User-Centered Mobile Health Tracking Apps Across Various Chronic Illness Populations: An Integrative Review.
Birkhoff SD and Smeltzer SC. J Nurs Scholarsh 2017 - Review. PMID 28605151
The following search terms were used in all five databases: smartphone apps, apps, mHealth, eHealth, mobile health apps, health tracking apps, user-centered apps, wireless technology, engagement, qualitative, and usability. ...The reviewed studies provided insight into users' perceptions, experiences, and motivations to incorporate smartphone mobile health apps into their daily lives when living with chronic illnesses. ...
The following search terms were used in all five databases: smartphone apps, apps, mHealth, eHealth, mobile health apps, health track …
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