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Smartphone usage might interfere with and interrupt offline activities . These interruptions can be exogenous or endogenous . The resulting distraction and disengagement from the unmediated environment can pose a threat to affective well-being. So far, the focus in the literature on the effects of smartphone usage and well-being is on total time of usage or usage at specific times of the day (e.g., nighttime). However, we hypothesize that not necessarily longer periods of smartphone usage butdoi:10.23668/psycharchives.4822 fatcat:txuqus5nwzd4teg37dmhvjutte