Cell Phone Disruptor
Mobile phone dependence (MPD) is a problem behavior that overuses mobile phones and seriously damages life and social functions. It is also called problematic cell phone use or cell phone addiction. According to the 2015 "Chinese Youth Internet Behavior Survey", compared with elementary and middle school students, college students spend the longest time online every week, with an average of 31.7 hours per week. College students have more free time to use mobile phones for social networking, entertainment and information search, and use mobile phones too much. This use has caused certain adverse effects on their study and life. Some researchers believe that cell phone jammer can alleviate their habit of excessively playing with mobile phones.
On the basis of exploring the characteristics of inhibitory control and emotional processing of college students who rely on mobile phones, a related intervention program for inhibitory control and positive emotions of college students who rely on mobile phones is designed to reduce their dependence on mobile phones. This pre-study selected 600 college students from two universities in Jilin Province to screen students who rely on mobile phones, and interviewed selected college students who rely on mobile phones to get a preliminary understanding of their overall situation of using mobile phones. Through the use of cell phone disruptor to suppress control tasks, the characteristics of general inhibition control of college students who rely on mobile phones and the characteristics of cue inhibition control related to mobile phones are studied, and it is found that students gradually reduce their dependence on mobile phones. A series of experiments have tested the emotional processing characteristics of college students who rely on mobile phones, including emotional awareness, emotional priming, and stress-induced trends. Characteristics of approach/avoidance response;