The findings, released online in Emotion, included the examination of nearly 3,000 adolescents from more than a dozen Australian schools.
The new study is the first of its kind in testing whether the online-based therapy intervention could be as efficient as traditional face-to-face therapy.
During times of stress and nomophobia, a group of researchers studied its association with passive and active Facebook use over a span of years among adults.
The majority of adults in the U.S. may struggle if faced with particular cybersecurity or privacy-related challenges, a new survey shows.
In a survey of 2,000 American adults commissioned by analytics software firm FICO, 81% of participants said they don’t see the need for what they consider unnecessary digital security measures.
Researchers use Twitter for a huge range of subjects: measuring how people cope with global crises and their aftermaths, tracking geographic differences in public health and analyzing the behavior of automated “bot”