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Having your smartphone nearby takes a toll on your thinking / by Kristen Duke, et al.

By: Duke, Kristen.
Contributor(s): Ward, Adrian | Gneezy, Ayelet | Bos, Maarten.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 20 March 2018.Description: Online article.Subject(s): Information technology | Behaviour | Personal developmentOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Discusses a study which found that having your smartphone nearby can negatively influence cognitive abilities. Looks at the tension between the costs and benefits of smartphones.
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Discusses a study which found that having your smartphone nearby can negatively influence cognitive abilities. Looks at the tension between the costs and benefits of smartphones.

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