Work, well-being and media consumption

The aim of this study is to find out more about the interplay between work, well-being and media consumption.
The linking of subjectivedata with objective behavioral data collected over several months is a significant extension of the state of research, as self-assessed use of social media is a poor reflection of objective (actual) use.
Subject areas:
* Smartphone use during work
* Fear of missing out (FOMO)
* Problematic use of social media
* Investigation of the question of whether a high level of FOM is associated with increased “spontaneous buying”.

Project management: Prof. Bernad Batinic
Participants: Andreas Winklbauer, MSc