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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘FAcebook Depression’

New Facebook Study Reveals Motivation Behind Facebook Visits

Published this month in the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, a new Facebook study suggests personality type determines how much time you spend on the social networking site and how often you visit. At the root of the study, its authors hoped to uncover the reasons why so many users flock to the site and spend time there, or …

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Facebook Depression: 5 Warning Signs

U.S. psychologist Dr. Leonard Sax believes teenage girls who spend a considerable amount of time on Facebook or have lower than average numbers of FB friends are at risk for depression. Sax explains that the risk is greater in girls because their posts over-exaggerate how happy they are and are more likely to brag about every little thing that they …

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An Outbreak of Facebook Depression

According to recent research, some people are becoming depressed after using Facebook. If you can’t understand this, maybe you don’t have Facebook. I have always found it depressing. Where else can you have 500 friends and still feel like nobody really knows who you are. And where else but Facebook can you go to see constant updates on what everyone …

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