Article 1: Nomophobia and its Effects on the Psychosocial and Physical Health of University Students

Dr. Edna M. Oyola Núñez
Ana G. Méndez Recinto Gurabo, Puerto Rico

Dr. Edna M. Oyola Núñez has a Doctorate in Orientation and Counseling from the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. For the past thirty-two years she has been a Professor of the Liberal Arts Division, Education Program at Ana G. Méndez University. The books published by this author include Aprendizaje en Servicio para Docentes y Estudiantes (2010), Aprendizaje en Servicio para el Fortalecimiento de Autoestima y Desarrollo de Valores en el Estudiante (2012) and Responsabilidad Social en Instituciones de Educación Superior (2021). Her articles Aprendizaje en servicio para desarrollar valores and Modelo de Aprendizaje en Servicio para el desarrollo de autoestima y valores were published by professional journals Dialnet and Research Gate and in minute books arbitrated by the Santiago de Compostela University and the University of Vigo in Spain. Her second book was selected by the Puerto Rico Department of Education as a textbook to teach values to students. She is the principal investigator of the investigation Nomophobia and its physical and psychosocial effects. She is a member of the IRB, the Puerto Rican Association of Professional Counselors of P.R. and the American Counseling Association, and was recently appointed by the Governor of P.R. as part of the Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors of P.R.

Dr. Bárbara Flores Caballero
Bronx Community College, CUNY

Dr. Bárbara Flores Caballero is a Puerto Rican specialist in educational leadership and emotional intelligence, and an author. Her first book was El Liderazgo Escolar y la Inteligencia Emocional ante la crisis social. Her second book is called EduLíder Emocional. With over seventeen years of experience in the education field, she is a contributor to Acceso Total Telemundo 47, New York. Dr. Flores Caballero founded and hosts the Transforming Knowledge podcast and the EduLíder Emocional program on the Bárbara FloresEI YouTube channel. She won the Latin Podcast Award 2020 in the education category. As an assistant professor at Bronx Community College, CUNY, in New York, she published the article Factors and Strategies for Student Retention in HETS Online Journal about Higher Education (2020), and published Development of Emotional Intelligence: an innovative strategy for administrator responsibility as a leader in the school environment in the book of arbitrated minutes of the Vigo International Forum of University Innovation, Spain (2018).

Dr. Lilliam Pintado
Ana G. Méndez Recinto Gurabo, Puerto Rico

Dr. Lillian R. Pintado Sosa is an audiologist with eighteen years of experience working with people with hearing needs. She works as an Associate Professor at the School of Health Sciences of the Ana G. Méndez University since 2008, offering courses at the undergraduate
and graduate level in the areas of audiology and research.