They say yawning is contagious and I tend to agree. Now they are saying the same thing about checking your phone.
Well, a new study found the same thing also happens with our PHONES.
Researchers in Italy wanted to see how many people would check their phone if they saw someone else check theirs. So they tried it with 184 people who didn’t know they were being watched.
And HALF of them picked up their own phone within 30 seconds.
Our first question was . . . well, don’t a lot of us check our phone every 30 seconds now anyway? But when people in the study didn’t see someone check their phone, less than 1% picked their own phone up.
It’s a phenomenon called the “chameleon effect.”