Teens, tech and mental health: Oxford study finds no link

But the study did have its flaws. Participants graded their own feelings using set questions with sliding scale responses, and the data used did not include the nature of social media or device activity, only its duration, which was also self-reported. So a person may have said that they spent four hours on their smartphone, but it was not clear what they were doing on it in that time.


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