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<p>Smartphones are ubiquitous among young adults and these devices can have varying consequences in the classroom. Self reports from 47 instructional faculty and self and informant reports from 417 undergraduate students revealed several dispositional and attitudinal precursors of faculty course smartphone policies and student sanctioned and unsanctioned classroom smartphone use.</p>
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