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Social Networking News: Social media use increases depression and anxiety, experiment shows

An experimental study by psychology researchers at the University of Pennsylvania has shown for the first time a causal link between social media use and lower rates of well-being. While the relationship between social media and issues like depression, anxiety, and loneliness has been discussed and studied frequently in the last few years, this is…


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Social media use increases depression and anxiety, experiment shows 1 day ago An experimental study by psychology researchers at the University of Pennsylvania has shown for the first time a causal link between social media use and lower rates of well-being.

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Social media use increases depression and anxiety, experiment shows A study has shown for the first time a causal link between social media use and lower rates of well-being. Students who limited their social media usage to 30 minutes a day showed significant decreases in anxiety and fear of missing out.

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Social media use increases depression and anxiety, experiment shows by Georgina Torbet · Published 10, November 2018 · Updated 10, November 2018 An experimental study by psychology researchers at the University of Pennsylvania has shown for the first time a causal link between social media use and lower rates of well-being.

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Social media use increases depression and anxiety, experiment shows 10-11-2018 16:51 via Digital Trends A study has shown for the first time a causal link between social media use and lower rates of well-being.

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