An experiential account of phantom vibration syndrome

@article{Rosenberger2015AnEA,
  title={An experiential account of phantom vibration syndrome},
  author={Robert Rosenberger},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={52},
  pages={124-131}
}
A small handful of recent studies have addressed a phenomenon known as ''phantom vibration syn-drome''. This refers to when phone users perceive their device to vibrate, indicating that a call or text is incoming, when in fact the phone did not vibrate at all. Though these studies show that most users do not find phantom vibration hallucinations to be very bothersome, they also find that a large majority of users experience this phenomenon. This paper explores what the striking prevalence of… CONTINUE READING
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