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.
Contrary to previous findings, a new study reports little evidence for a substantial negative link between screen time use before sleep and adolescent wellbeing.
An ecological perspective reveals how design, use and personalization of environment are involved in social behavior, identity expression and emotional experiences.
Those who spend at least 120 minutes per week enjoying the outdoors report better health and feelings of wellbeing than those who spend less, or no time in nature.
Those in urban areas who live close to parks and other green spaces have increased life satisfaction, mental wellbeing and overall happiness than those who further away.
Those who play video games are more likely to report experiencing positive emotions and better overall well-being.