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Most people are susceptible to the chameleon effect's impulse to pick up and look at their phone when someone else is doing it.
Research found the odds that people would use their phones are about 28 times higher when the first user actually looked at their phone while they used it, compared to when a person just held the phone and tapped without looking. But when people were at a meal, they were less likely to check their phones after a trigger event.
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