My current academic research interests include the effects of internal interference on sustained attention and learning, as well as the impacts of mobile devices on human cognition, behavior and learning. Specifically, my current research projects investigate nomophobia, no mobile phone phobia. I have explored the dimensions of nomophobia through qualitative interviews with college students and devised a self-reported questionnaire to measure nomophobia. Moreover, I am examining the prevalence of nomophobia among different user groups while trying to identify the psychological predictors of nomophobia.
If you would like to collaborate with me on nomophobia research, please shoot me an email!