Using longitudinal exposure to causally link smartphone usage to changes in behavior, cognition and right prefrontal neural activity

      Current studies of the behavioural and cognitive changes associated with smartphone usage provide little behavioural data and no reference to brain activity changes. The primary objective of the present study was to establish whether smartphone usage may cause measurable changes in cognitive capacities, behavioral tendencies and relevant prefrontal neural activity.
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