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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Sleep, cognitive performance, and self-reported recovery status during a 67-day military submarine mission

Employing a field-based monitoring paradigm, the current study examined day-to-day fluctuations in actigraphy-based sleep recordings, cognitive performance (10-min psychomotor vigilance test; PVT), and self-reported recovery status among 14 …

Labor/leisure decisions in their natural context: The case of the smartphone

In this research, we attempt to understand a common real-life labor/leisure decision, ie, to perform cognitive work or to interact with one’s smartphone. In an ecologically valid experiment, participants (N= 112) could freely switch back and forth …

Characterizing Work-Related Smartphone Use at Home and Private Smartphone Use at Work Using Latent Class Analysis

The smartphone can be used for two context-incongruent purposes (work-related use at home and private use at work). In order to better understand these two behaviors concep- tually, we aimed to (1) identify subgroups of context-incongruent smartphone …

Social Smartphone Apps Do Not Capture Attention Despite Their Perceived High Reward Value

Smartphones have been shown to distract people from their main tasks (e.g., studying, working), but the psychological mechanisms underlying these distractions are not clear yet. In a preregistered experiment (https://osf.io/g8kbu/), we tested whether …

Mind-wandering and mindfulness as mediators of the relationship between online vigilance and well- being

As mobile technology allows users to be online anywhere and at all times, a growing number of users report feeling constantly alert and preoccupied with online streams of online information and communication—a phenomenon that has recently been termed …