The University Of Winnipeg in Manitoba recently tested students to see if their texting habits made a difference to the way they thought.
In one part of the study, 2,300 first-year psychology students completed one-hour online surveys.
The survey asked about what they thought was important to them as well as how often they texted.
The study found that those who texted more than 100 times a day were more interested in being rich and famous than those who texted 50 times or fewer each day.
To heavy texters, an ethical or a moral life was not as important as those who texted 50 or fewer times a day.
Another part of the study tested how students felt about different social, racial and ethnic groups. In this part, some students texted, some spoke on cellphones and some did neither.