Modern mobile phones become small portable computers that can
virtually do everything like a normal desktop computer
Since then, people have been
becoming increasingly attached to their phones, and the frequency with which
they check their phones have been increasing
This leads us to the question, what makes mobile phones addictive?
In order to attempt to answer the question of this research paper, a hypothesis and null hypothesis will be set and compared with scientific biopsychosocial literature.
The more immersive the mobile phone interface is, the more addictive it becomes.
No link between mobile phone interface and mobile phone addiction.
Interaction with mobile phones occurs through the output methods of
the device and the user’s visual, auditory and tactile senses
Moreover, a 2018 study found evidence to support the correlation
between mobile phone addiction and craniovertebral angle and depression
the neurobiologist Adam Alter, psychological drivers of behavioral addiction
are social engagement, sense of effectiveness, mental stimulation and social
of today’s technology aim at breaking down the individual’s self-regulation
was approached on multiple levels of the system hierarchy of the
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