ABSTRACT. Empirical evidence on depression and anxiety symptoms related to smartphone use disorder has been scarcely documented in the literature. Using and replicating data from AARP, Common Sense Media, ExactTarget, Insights West & iamota, MarketingCharts, Pew Research Center, Statista, and YouGov, I performed analyses and made estimates regarding excessive smartphone use. Data were analyzed using structural equation modeling.

Keywords: COVID-19; misinformation; social media; perception; communication

How to cite: Smith, A. (2020). “Depression and Anxiety Symptoms Related to Smartphone Use Disorder,” Analysis and Metaphysics 19: 101–107. doi:10.22381/AM19202012

Received 17 July 2020 • Received in revised form 24 September 2020
Accepted 26 September 2020 • Available online 1 October 2020

Alison Smith
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