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Prevalence and correlates of problematic smartphone use in a large random sample of Chinese undergraduates

Bibliographic reference Long, Jiang ; Liu, Tie-Qiao ; Liao, Yan-Hui ; Qi, Chang ; He, Hao-Yu ; et. al. Prevalence and correlates of problematic smartphone use in a large random sample of Chinese undergraduates. In: BMC Psychiatry, Vol. 16, no.1, p. 408 (2016)
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