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CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts
The disruptive nature of smartphone notifcations and their negative impact on users' productivity are well documented. The majority of these results either originate from controlled laboratory studies, or protocols relying on subjective self-reporting, reducing their ecological validity. This paper presents results from a full day in situ study investigating the impact of perceiving one's smartphone notifcations on wrist motion patterns. Through this objective behavioral assessment, we documentdoi:10.1145/3491101.3519695 fatcat:6wuhftin5rckxmqok663rysday