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How mobile phones rule social encounters
You sit down for a chat with a new acquaintance but before you're even started they've placed their phone carefully on the table in front of them. Why? Are they waiting for a call? Do they just enjoy marvelling at its chic plastic beauty?
Either way, a new study discussed on our Research Digest suggests this familiar habit could be interfering with our attempts to socialise.
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