YouTube and other social media sites can help people with severe mental illnesses find and provide peer support, researchers report.
A new study investigates some approaches neuroscientists may use to gain valuable insights from social media.
A new study reports narcissists are drawn to social network platforms as they see them as the ideal stages to showcase themselves.
A new study reveals genetics outweighs environment in social media use.
Researchers report materialistic people view their Facebook friends as 'digital objects' and tend to have more social followers than those who are less interested in material possessions. The study found materialistic people objectify their Facebook friends and desire to acquire more followers to increase their digital possessions.
Researchers look at the impact smartphone use and technology is having on teen mental health.
A new study links increased time spent on social media by 10 year old girls to a decline in wellbeing at the age of 15.
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Using AI to examine over 800 million tweets, researchers reveal how our mode of thinking alters during the course of the day. The study reports early morning tweets tend to be correlated with more logical thinking patterns, while middle of the night tweets tend to exhibit more existential concerns.