1.   Do you find yourself spending more time on your cell or smartphone than you realize?

2.   Do you find yourself mindlessly passing time on a regular basis by staring at your cell or smartphone?

3.   Do you seem to lose track of time when on your cell or smartphone?

4.   Do you find yourself spending more time texting, tweeting, or emailing as opposed to talking to people in person?

5.   Has the amount of time you spend on your cell or smartphone been increasing?

6.   Do you wish you could be a little less involved with your cell or smartphone?

7.   Do you sleep with your cell or smartphone (turned on) under your pillow or next to your bed regularly?

8.   Do you find yourself viewing and answering texts, tweets, and emails at all hours of the day and night - even if it means interrupting other things you are doing?

9.   Do you text, email, tweet or surf while driving or doing other similar activities that require your focused attention and concentration?

10.   Do you feel your use of your cell or smartphone decreases your productivity at times?

11.   Do you feel reluctant to be without your cell or smartphone, even for a short time?

12.   Do you feel ill at ease or uncomfortable when you accidentally leave your smartphone in the car or at home, have no service, or have a broken phone?

13.   When you eat meals, is your cell or smartphone always part of the table place setting?

14.   When your cell or smartphone rings, beeps, or buzzes, do you feel an intense urge to check for texts, tweets, emails, updates, etc.?

15.   Do you find yourself mindlessly checking your cell or smartphone many times a day, even when you know there is likely nothing new or important to see?

Disclaimer: It should be noted that the purpose of this test is not to diagnose smartphone addiction, but to use for educational purposes only. If you are concerned about your score, please consult with a professional.
a David N. Greenfield. The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction. https://virtual-addiction.com