Hand-Held texting is less distracting than texting with the phone in a holder: anyway, don't do it
Kujala, T., Grahn, H., & Holmstedt, N. (2015). Hand-Held texting is less distracting than texting with the phone in a holder: anyway, don't do it. In Academic MindTrek'15 : Proceedings of the 19th International Academic MindTrek Conference (pp. 98-105). Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). https://doi.org/10.1145/2818187.2818270
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