1. How often do you check your phone to see if you’ve missed a call?
A. A couple times a day.
B. Once an hour.
C. At least every 15 minutes.
D. I’ve missed the last 2 years of my life checking my mobile phone.
2. If you lost your mobile phone how would you feel?
A. No big deal, it’s just a phone.
B. It’s just so annoying to have to find and input all those numbers again.
D. I'd have serious doubts over the meaning of life, the universe and everything.
3. How would you describe the health of your fingers as a result of typing text messages?
A. They are fine. I rarely send text messages.
B. They are in tip-top shape. You’ve never seen fingers fly like these.
C. I get blisters occasionally as a result of too much texting.
D. I get cramps sometimes. I feel like I have the fingers of an 80-year old seamstress.
4. Have you noticed any changes in your intellect or thinking patterns?
A. Not at all. Any problems in that area are strictly a result of my college years.
B. Occasionally I catch myself writing office memos in SMS lingo.
C. Every time I hear a beeping noise that moderately resembles my phone I go into panic mode.
D. I get headache if I don't talk on my mobile phone at least once an hour.
5. What is the worst injury you’ve ever suffered because you were distracted by talking on your mobile phone?
A. I've never hurt myself while talking on the phone.
B. I stubbed my toe once or twice, but nothing major.
C. It required a trip to the emergency room.
D. I’m lucky to be alive.
Make a note of your answers and then: