Nieman Foundation at Harvard
The “backfire effect” is mostly a myth, a broad look at the research suggests
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Business Insider / Kevin Loria / Apr 16
Researchers analyzed the notifications that people got on their phones and found that the average person got between 65 and 80 notifications per day (people may check their phones more frequently, that’s just the number of notifications that show up). But three batches of notifications seemed to be the sweet spot, with people feeling more productive, positive, and in control.
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