Link between digital media use and depression in adolescents

Adolescents in China who either spend more time on screen activities and less time on non-screen activities, including physical activity, are at risk and significantly more likely to experience depression, according to a new study.

'Phubbing' is not socially acceptable

"Phubbing" is official term for snubbing someone in favor of a phone. Researchers have found that phubbing have a very real negative impact on personal relationships, eroding the quality of communication and level of satisfaction.

Screen-addicted teens are unhappy

Researchers found that teens who spent a lot of time in front of screen devices were less happy than those who invested time in non-screen activities.

Narcissism and social networking

Social networks are an ideal stage for narcissists to showcase themselves. Accordingly, a lot of people with narcissistic traits are drawn to these platforms as a new study conducted by psychologists.

Psychologists scramble to keep up with growing social media addiction

FOMO, FOBO, and NoMo are among a growing list of acronyms relating to people's fear of not being able to check their social media feed, and the issue has psychologists scrambling to keep up.