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Child development research suggests that using phones while caring for children can be problematic, but limited prior work in this space makes defining appropriate use challenging. We conducted the first exploration of whether adults feel pressure to limit phone use in this context and whether they choose to do so. Through mixed methods, we collected data from 466 adult caregivers at playgrounds. We found that phone use was a small part of playground time, yet a notable source of guilt. Adultsdoi:10.1145/2702123.2702199 dblp:conf/chi/HinikerSSSLK15 fatcat:itouzjogwvhtlknjb7kpsuqnnq