Carey, Bjorn
April 2006
Discover;Apr2006, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p15
The article presents results of a survey on the psychological effects of cellular telephones conducted by Noelle Chesley of the University of Wisconsin. In a survey of married people, Chesley asked respondents how often in the past month they experienced feelings ranging from in good spirits to everything was an effort. Participants toting cellular telephones and pagers reported increased psychological distress and reduced family satisfaction.


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