عنوان مقاله [English]
The study aimed to determine the effectiveness of self-control skills training on reducing problematic mobile phone use among male students of Farhangian University. The method of this study was quasi-experimental with pre-test and post-test. The population of the study consisted of all female students of Farhangian University of Sistan and Baluchestan province. The sample consisted of 60 individuals (30 experiment and 30 control) who had problematic mobile phone use and volunteered to participate in the experiment. The data gathering tool was Genaro et al. scale of Cell-Phone Over-Use Scale (COS). The results of this study showed that training self-control strategies on the problematic mobile phone use has a negative and significant effect on male students of Farhangian University of Zahedan. Also, there is a significant difference between the pre-test and the post-test for problematic mobile phone use in the follow-up group via the virtual network and the non-follow-up group via virtual network. It can be concluded that the training of self-control strategies and follow-up through the virtual group for students at the University of Farhangian will help reduce problematic mobile phone use and move towards the general use of mobile phone.
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