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Taylor B. Chandler, Matthew J. Rivera, Elizabeth R. Neil, and Lindsey E. Eberman

influenced from the cessation of sports and their normal routines. Previous research found college students who were engaged in a campus wellness program were less affected by the COVID-19 pandemic because they internalized symptoms of BH conditions less. 12 The relationships between COVID-19 and BH has

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Yue Luo, Nicolas Grimaldi, Haolan Zheng, Wayne C.W. Giang, and Boyi Hu

fraction of screen time is spent when individuals are also partaking in other activities, most notably walking. In the United States, a significant portion (about a quarter) of pedestrians were observed to be diverted by their smart devices at traffic signals ( Gillette et al., 2016 ), on college campuses