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The effects of push vs. pull notifications on overall smartphone usage, frequency of usage and stress levels

@inproceedings{Mikulic2016TheEO,
  title={The effects of push vs. pull notifications on overall smartphone usage, frequency of usage and stress levels},
  author={Marin Mikulic},
  year={2016}
}
Consumers of media (e.g. television, the Internet, smartphones) have been found to experience both media overuse and the development of negative media habits due to different personality traits, li ... 

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