People who are addicted to their cell phones are more likely get mood swings, revealed researchers at Baylor University in Texas.
Mobile Phone Addicts More Likely to Get Mood Swings
The study found that moody and temperamental extroverts were more likely to be hooked to their phones, and spend 10 hours a day on it; and much like substance addictions, phone addiction may be an attempt at mood repair.
The findings appear in the journal Personality And Individual Differences.
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