"Relationship of Smartphone Dependence to General Health Status and Personality Traits among University Students"
written by Masahiro Toda, Satoko Ezoe, Kanae Mure, Tatsuya Takeshita,
published by Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, Vol.6 No.10, 2016
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