Considering the excessive (traumatic) use of mobile phones in the position of a type of behavioral addiction in the modern age and its possible side effects, in the present quantitative and descriptive research (relationships) with the aim of evaluating the role of early maladaptive schemas and anxiety in predicting this disorder. Finally, 310 students studying in the first semester of the academic year of 1997-98 in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Food Industry and Nutrition Sciences of the Islamic Azad University of Tehran, who were selected by available method and after introducing the researcher in person, were exposed to Persian versions of short form questionnaires. The Young Scheme (YSQ-SF), Existential Anxiety Scale (EAS), and Excessive Use of Mobile Phones with Genaro et al. (COS), despite their relatively acceptable self-assessment validity and reliability, are associated with both sex and demographic variables. The results of data analysis in SPSS 25 statistical software, in two parts: descriptive (by evaluating common statistical indicators and necessary assumptions, by appropriate tests) and inferential, confirming the three hypotheses proposed in this study, ie the direct and significant contribution of the original design. (Especially the most intense obedience schema) and existential anxiety in predicting mobile phone usage, as well as a significant positive correlation between early maladaptive schemas (especially failure schemas with the highest computational correlation coefficient) with existential anxiety at least 95%. Reliance on multiple regression tests (after confirmation of required defaults) is indicated. Finally, some suggestions for future research projects (in line with the findings of the present study) were made available to interested parties.
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