Social Psychology

Researchers Uncover a Catch-22 When It Comes to Social Media Online Support Groups and Privacy Concerns

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Social Psychology

When a Story Is Breaking, AI Can Help Consumers Identify Fake News – Reveals New Study

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Cyberpsychology

New Research Explores Social Media Use by Young People in Conflict-Ridden Myanmar

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Parenting

Parental Restrictions on Tech Use Have Little Lasting Effect into Adulthood

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Mental Health

Age Gates on Alcohol Websites Are Ineffective, Latest Research Shows

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Cyberpsychology

Artificial Intelligence Can Now Predict Students’ Educational Outcomes Based on Tweets

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Resources

10 Psychologists You Should Follow on Twitter

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Cyberpsychology

Social Media Postings Linked to Hate Crimes

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Cyberpsychology

Screen Time Can Change Visual Perception – and That’s Not Necessarily Bad, According to New Research

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Positive Psychology

Pre-Orders Start for the Much Anticipated ‘Happy Club’ App

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Cyberpsychology

‘Liking’ an Article Online May Mean Less Time Spent Reading It, New Study Suggests

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Health Psychology

39.3 Million Britons Use Google to Self-Diagnose, Leaving 6 Million a Condition Undiagnosed

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Educational Psychology

Young YouTubers – Should 21st Century Schools Teach Children how to Get Subscribers?

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Clinical Psychology

Can’t Be Away from Your Phone? Study Finds Link to Higher Levels of Obsession-Compulsion

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Cyberpsychology

Survey Finds Americans Social Media Habits Changing as National Tensions Rise

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