The study was conducted on more than 1,500 adult participants between January and February of 2021.
The study was conducted in the United States across 47 states.
The study involved 361 participants, most of which were male, White, and in mid-adulthood.
Canadians consumed and spread the most COVID-19-related misinformation on social media, the study found.
The study was funded by the American Council of Learned Societies & the Hanse-Wissenshaftskolleg.
The study was authored by Sarah Quinones, Aditya Goyal, and Zia Ahmed.
The study's results were publicized in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling.
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The new framework is based on a form of AI known as machine learning, according to researchers.
The more children trust their credible source for health information, the more likely they will experience less severe depressive symptoms,…
The study was conducted by experts at King's College London.
Excessive preoccupation with screen time may increase the risk of binge-eating disorder in young children
Researchers examined the use of television, social media, and mobile text messages, through a series of questions asked.