Most Cell Phone Users Suffer From "Phantom Vibration Syndrome," Georgia Institute of Technology Researcher Says

An expert is warning about a modern-day phenomenon called phantom vibration syndrome, where people think their mobile phone is ringing or vibrating when it's not.

Apparently some of us are so concerned about missing a call or text that we've become extra aware of the sensations that mean one is incoming.

Robert Rosenberger, PhD, studies the impact technology has on our behavior at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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