The Smartphone – A Productivity Killer?
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Éilish Duke is a PhD student in cognitive neuroscience at Goldsmiths, University of London · Department of Psychology.
                       

The Smartphone – A Productivity Killer?

Over 2 billion people worldwide currently use a smartphone. Since the introduction of the iPhone in 2007, a mere 11 years ago, our society has become increasingly more dependent on digital communication. The positive aspects of the smartphone are manifold. From nearly everywhere, we can check e-mails, search for information, or navigate our way. One of the authors of the present article (CM) is working part-time in Chengdu, China. Without digital communication platforms such as Skype, he would not be...

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