Researchers Wonder What it Means When You Keep Your Phone out Without Using it

Men are less likely to do it than women, and mixed-sex pairs least likely of all

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People of all ages and socioeconomic groups have incorporated smartphones into their everyday life, making them important tools in human relationships at home and at work. Not surprisingly, the…

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