عنوان مقاله [English]
mobile phones play a main role in developing wide social communications. Excessive usage of mobile phones can cause a lot of physical and mental problems, and probably affects on different aspects of students lifestyles such as social activities, job duties and Educational status. As educational progression or slump is one of the efficiency criterions for educational system, investigation of effective variables to it seems to be necessary. This study has been performed with analytical epidemiologic method in 1392 among 195 students at Ahwaz Judishapour University of medical science. The accumulation of data was accomplished by general health questionnaire, intensive use of mobile phones questionnaire and mean of 2 previous semesters (for investigation of their educational success); thereafter, the data were analyzed by SPSS software. The results revealed that academic success and the rate of mobile phone usage among females were more than males (p-value=0.015, 0.030); and males had better psychological health status (p-value=0.037). There was not observed any significant correlation between rate of mobile phone usage and educational success (Pearson correlation= -0.015), rather there was a significant correlation among psychological health status and amount of mobile phone usage (spirman rho=0.38). At the other hands, the more usage of mobile phone, the less psychological health for individuals;. moreover, significant correlation between psychological health and academic success was not found. Marriage had no effect on academic achievement and psychological health, and not be related to the usage rate of mobile phones.
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