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为什么你总觉得手机在震动?

Why You Think Your Phone Just Buzzed

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How many times has this happened to you?
这种事在你身上发生过多少次呢?
Your phone buzzes,
你的手机嗡嗡作响
so you grab it and unlock the screen…
所以你拿起它 解锁屏幕……
but there’s no notification in sight.
但看不到任何消息通知
You’ve experienced a phantom phone vibration,
你经历的是幻听手机振动
or what some experts call phantom vibration syndrome.
或者一些专家所说的“幻觉振动综合症”
The good news is, it’s super common,
好消息是 这种现象超级普通
and not harmful on its own.
而且它本身没有害处
But how often you experience these phantom buzzes
但是这些幻觉振动的发生频率
may hold clues about your mental health in general.
一般而言能反映你的精神健康程度
Results differ from study to study,
不同的研究 结果不同
but researchers are pretty sure
但是研究人员非常肯定的一点是
phantom vibrations affect a lot of people.
很多人都有过幻觉振动
Phantom ringing is also a thing,
幻觉手机铃响也是一个问题
but not all studies look at both at the same time,
但并非所有实验都能兼顾两者
so we’re going to focus on the buzzing.
所以我们将只关注振动这一方面
In one of the earliest studies of the subject in 2010,
2010年在有关振动的一个早期研究中
they found that around 68% of participants experienced some kind of phantom buzz.
人们发现约有68%的参与者有过某种程度上的幻觉振动
This was before most people carried smartphones in their pocket,
当时大多数人口袋里还没有智能手机
so the researchers studied medical staff
因此研究人员研究的是
who always carried phones or pagers on vibrate mode.
以振动模式携带手机或寻呼机的医护人员
In the years since then,
接下来的几年里
researchers have found some factors that make you more or less likely to feel the vibrations in the first place —
研究人员发现了一些或多或少会让你在第一时间感受到振动的因素——
like a younger age, keeping your phone on vibrate, and keeping it in a breast pocket.
比如那些年轻人 他们将手机放在胸前口袋并调成震动模式
But these mystery vibrations themselves don’t seem to be doing any harm.
但这些神秘震动本身似乎并没有造成任何伤害
They’re more of a quirk of our normal senses.
它们更像是我们正常感官的怪癖
Phantom phone vibes are likely a false alarm in something called our signal detection system.
手机振动幻觉很可能是我们的信号检测系统的虚假警报
Which is exactly what it sounds like.
听起来就是这样
Our brains receive some kind of vague stimulus,
我们的大脑会接收到某种模糊的刺激
like a light touch or dull noise,
比如轻微的触摸或沉闷的噪音
and make a decision about what it means.
然后对其所代表的意义做出判定
In the case of a phantom phone vibration,
在幻觉手机振动的情况下
our brain has interpreted some other stimulus as a notification.
我们的大脑会将其它刺激解读为消息通知
That stimulus could be a familiar noise or a commonplace muscle twitch
这种刺激类似于振动 可能是一种熟悉的噪音
that kinda sorta maybe feels or sounds like a vibration.
也可能是一种普通的肌肉抽搐
Plus, we expect to get notifications.
还有一个原因 我们希望收到消息通知
And that makes our brains more likely to
而这使得我们的大脑更有可能
interpret other stimuli, or even a lack thereof, as a phone vibration.
将其它刺激 甚至是称不上刺激的东西解读为手机振动
Getting false alarms from our signal detection system isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
我们的信号检测系统得到虚假警报并不一定是坏事
But researchers have wondered
但是研究人员想知道
if conditions like anxiety or depression
像焦虑或抑郁这样的情况
might predispose us to experience false vibes more often.
是否会增加我们产生错误感觉的频率
One 2013 study followed 74
2013年的一项研究
medical interns over the course of a year long internship,
对74名医学实习生进行了为期一年的观察
and measured how often they felt phantom buzzes as well as any symptoms of anxiety and depression.
测量其幻觉振动的频率是否伴随着焦虑 抑郁症状
The researchers expected
研究人员猜测
the interns would feel more phantom vibrations
随着实习生压力和焦虑的增加
as their stress and anxiety increased,
他们会感受到更多的幻觉振动
but in the end, phantom vibes happened totally independent of the participants’ anxiety.
但结果证明 幻觉振动的发生完全不受参与者焦虑的影响
On the other hand, a different study in 2014 looked specifically at tech employees
另一方面 2014年另一项研究的研究对象是科技公司的员工
and found that phantom vibes were associated with job stress and burnout.
发现幻觉振动与工作压力和倦怠有关
So there’s no clear answer yet.
所以现在还没有明确的答案
But if you notice yourself checking on a blank screen more often,
但是如果你注意到自己经常检查一片空白的手机
ask yourself if you’ve been feeling stressed lately.
就问问自己最近是否感到压力很大
If you want to get more out of your phone than checking a blank screen,
如果你不想只是盯着一片空白的屏幕
you might enjoy learning a new language with Babbel.
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Learning a new language requires a lot of time and commitment,
学习一门新的语言需要大量的时间和决心
making it tough to jump into conversations right away.
使用口语这一阶段很难立刻上手
Babbel aims to help you use a new language in real-life situations
Babbel致力于帮助你在仅仅五个小时的练习后
after only five hours of practice.
就能在现实生活中使用一种新的语言
Its lessons will teach you vocabulary and grammar skills that you can use in practical situations —
它的课程会教你在实际场合可以使用的词汇和语法技巧——
like asking for directions or ordering at a restaurant.
比如问路或者在餐馆点菜
And these courses are designed by experts
这些课程是由专家设计的
to take into account your native language — the one you’ll be learning in.
将你的母语和你将要学习的语言融合到一起
They offer 14 languages to choose from —
他们提供14种语言供你学习
including French, German and Brazilian Portugese.
包括法语 德语和巴西葡萄牙语
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手机振动和精神焦虑有关吗,还是你迫切想收到消息通知?

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