Thursday, July 7, 2022

Social media

Modesty leaves the best impression on cooperation in teams

In social situations that depend on cooperation, people will often choose to present themselves more modestly.

Americans social media habits changing with rising national tensions

It's important to recognize how it may affect you.

Excessive smartphone, social media use may be linked to mental distress

The study highlight factors that should be among the factors considered by clinicians and researchers who work in the field of youth mental health.

Love traveling? Instagram might be inspiring you

It is becoming more of a pull factor in the travel industry.

Social media can encourage tourists to make more sustainable choices

Social media is often blamed for creating all kinds of pressure. However, not all social media pressures are necessarily bad, as they can encourage us to behave in a manner that is more sustainable than before.

Twitter buys AI startup to tackle spam, fake news and other abuse

Twitter Is Used for Connecting People. First, Twitter is used to connect people with the same interests. With over 270 million active global users, Twitter...

Suicide attempts by self-poisoning have more than doubled in teens, young adults

A new study by the Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the Central Ohio Poison Center has evaluated the incidence and outcomes from intentional suspected-suicide self-poisoning in...

Social media can improve lives post-disaster: study

Social media plays a major role in our health and wellbeing following a disaster. It can increase happiness and nurture your social circle. But depending...

Excessive social media usage is comparable to drug addiction

Two and a half billion people around the world regularly use social networking sites (SNSs), such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and this number...

Negative social media behaviors may be associated with depression in millennials

Increase in the frequency of social media use could contribute to increased depressive symptoms, suggests a new study. Certain social media factors were linked with...

Research outlines fake news production and social media ‘trolls’

In accordance with a recent study by the scientists from the University of Leeds, a network of digital workers is designing political disinformation campaigns,...

Social Media Users Have Negative Perceptions About Their Own Popularity, Happiness

According to the study conducted by the scientists from Indiana University, social media users with large connections are more likely to be happy. This...

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