Disorder or Driver? A New Theoretical Model to Study the Effects of Nomophobia on Job Productivity

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How much time per day do you spend on your smart phone? Nomophobia, meaning anxiety of being without a mobile phone, has been confirmed to a universal phenomenon in studies in various countries. But how nomophobia affected employee’s work-related outcomes was yet to know. A social scientist at City University of Hong Kong and her research team have developed a new theoretical model to explain the dual effect of nomophobia on employees’ job productivity. 
Period7 Sep 2018

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TitleDisorder or Driver? A New Theoretical Model to Study the Effects of Nomophobia on Job Productivity
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Media name/outletCity University of Hong Kong - Research Stories
PlaceHong Kong
Media typeWeb
Date7/09/18
Linkhttps://www.cityu.edu.hk/research/stories/2018/09/07/disorder-or-driver-new-theoretical-model-study-effects-nomophobia-job-productivity