Perspectives + Reviews
Asserts a revised psychological perspective is needed to understand the effects of social network technologies.
Specifies the cognitive mechanisms underlying why people check their mobile devices in daily life -- and why they matter.
Shows how the emotional responses to active Facebook posting depend on temporal and spatial factors.
Shows how mobile and PC Facebook use differ from one another and validates surveys measures for future research.
Shows how college students reflect on their past Facebook behavior and manage their identities over time.
Shows how texting depends on the interaction of automatic and immersive cognition, along with their links to trait self-regulation.
Shows how texting while driving is determined in part by automatic tendencies and personalized phone habits.
Shows how distracted phone use while driving and walking is predicted by habits, mindfulness, and self-control.