Psychology, Society & Education (PSE) is a tri-annual journal published by the University of Córdoba (Spain). PSE is a scientific and professional publication of a multidisciplinary nature in the area of social sciences. Particularly oriented to professionals in Educational and Developmental Psychology and Social Welfare. Its main objective is to provide scientific evidence that facilitates adequate, well-adapted solutions to the main psycho-social problems in the world today.

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The journal was founded in 2009 at the University of Almeria in its online version. Since volume 14, number 1 of 2022 the journal is edited from the University of Cordoba by UCOPress. All previously edited and published works can be consulted by clicking here.

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Vol. 15 No. 3 (2023)

The papers of this issue are part of the monograph entitled Hyperconnected kids' and teens' education in the digital ecosystem. Invited editor:
Pablo César Muñoz Carril (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain)
Rosa García-Ruiz (Universidad de Cantabria, Spain)
Michael Hoechsmann (Lakehead University, Canada)

Published: 2023-11-30

Use of mobile devices in the childhood: opportunities and risks

Mercedes González-Sanmamed, Luisa Losada-Puente , Nuria Rebollo-Quintela, Eduardo Rodríguez-Machado

1-9

Parental control measures to regulate smartphones use by children

Pablo-César Muñoz-Carril, Alba Souto-Seijo, Isabel Dans-Álvarez-de-Sotomayor, Eduardo-José Fuentes-Abeledo

39-47

The use of mobile devices by 5th and 6th graders: parental supervision and risks

Antonio Daniel García-Rojas, Ángel Hernando-Gómez, María Pilar Gutiérrez-Arenas, Cinta Prieto-Medel

48-56

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