Evil cell phone ringtones, our brain affected so much effect “disturbing” the melodies in stereo to slow its performance. If you are working, and want to keep your shiny mind, then it would be best to set your phone mode silent, to limit the vibration function. In fact a very significant study conducted by researchers at Washington University in St Louis (USA), has demonstrated what percentage of the phone’s ringer (not necessarily their own) which is activated suddenly spreading into the ether a catchy melody is able to compromise a any type activities intellectual.
The experiment was simple but effective, was enough to Dr. Jill Shelton, attend a lecture psychology (Full of students) at Louisiana State University, ensuring that his phone would begin to ring in his bag for 30 seconds, with a ringer audible. Immediately after the boys were subjected to tests of study whose results were worse (in terms of voting) of 25% compared to the average. It’s the distraction from mobile hit.
“Many consider the ring of the phone ringing in a public place only as a annoying noise – Ms. Shelton explained – but our research confirms that these sounds can have a negative impact in life Because these seemingly harmless distractions affect, and so, also on our ability to learn. ”
Moreover, the same research has also shown that a particularly disturbing are the result of the impact on the brain melodies (Always mobile), particularly well known, perhaps the favorite songs of the moment, just as deleterious to concentration are the maneuvers that are performed in a disorderly way to track down the phone “lost” in the bag and answer or turn it off.
But there is also a positive aspect in all this: that the speed of addiction also cause in the ring. After some experiments conducted below, the researchers discovered that the brain was less distracted by ringtones. In any case, for each activity, even in groups that requires your full attention and concentration, better turn off the phone.The U.S. study was published in the journal Journal of Environmental Psychology.