By comparing driving while using mobile phones and driving without calling, they found (1) differences in turn control ... This first empirical study demonstrates two important features in the very beginning of the mobile phone behavior research.
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Published inEncyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior
Pages222 - 233
CitationCELIK, B. and ERDOGMUS, F., 2015. Attachment to Mobile Phones Across Social Contexts. IN: Yan, Z. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior, Hershey, Pa: IGI Global, pp. 222-233.
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