Auto-percepción del Uso Problemático del Teléfono Móvil en Estudiantes Universitarios de Acuerdo a su Sexo


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uso del teléfono móvil, estudiantes universitarios, sexo

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Amador-Licona, N., Carpio-Mendoza, J., Guízar-Mendoza, J., & Rodríguez-Sánchez, P. (2020). Auto-percepción del Uso Problemático del Teléfono Móvil en Estudiantes Universitarios de Acuerdo a su Sexo. Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos De Psicología, 19(2), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.18270/chps.v19i2.3134

Resumen

Para evaluar la auto-percepción del uso problemático del móvil por sexo en estudiantes universitarios, aplicamos el Cuestionario de Experiencias-Relacionadas con el Móvil [CERM (por su acrónimo en español)]. Las mujeres lo utilizaron más tiempo y tuvieron mayor puntuación-CERM que los hombres. En el grupo con uso ≥8 h/día y CERM ≥16, se identificó la mayor proporción de mujeres en comparación con el grupo de uso <8 h/día y CERM ≥ 16 y el grupo con CERM <16 independientemente del tiempo de uso, respectivamente. En este último grupo, el uso fue el más alto para tomar notas (11.21% vs. 1.20% y 1.60%; Chi-cuadrada = 14.89, p = .001) y el más bajo para acceder a redes sociales (40.18% vs. 62.65% y 55.20%; Chi-cuadrada = 11.29, p = .004) comparado con los de uso ≥8 h/día y CERM ≥16 y el grupo con uso <8 h/día y CERM ≥ 16.

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