Cyberpsychology & Technology

True Stories Can Win Out on Social Media, Study Finds

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Cyberpsychology & Technology

Subtle Hostile Social Media Messaging Is Being Missed by Artificial Intelligence Tools

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Society, Politics & Culture

New Study Offers Neurological Explanation for How Brains Bias Partisans Against New Information

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Cyberpsychology & Technology

Twitter: The Social Anxiety of Engaging

Laura Barrett
Education & Learning

We Are Engaged in a Battle of Ideas. Balance Is the Key in Our Current Culture Wars

Ada Akpala
Cyberpsychology & Technology

5 Mental Health Benefits of Selective Sharing on Social Media

Meghan Blackford
Cyberpsychology & Technology

Video Games Can Offer Safe Space for Acquiring Ethical Competencies by Experimenting with Moral Dilemmas

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Cyberpsychology & Technology

University of Southern California Study Reveals the Key Reason Why Fake News Spreads on Social Media

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Health & Medicine

Don’t Try This at Home – ‘Dr Tiktok’ Debunks Dangerous Health Advice

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Cyberpsychology & Technology

When It Comes to Social Media, Attention Is Survival

Laura Barrett
Cyberpsychology & Technology

Rising the Number of Facebook Likes in the UK: Tips to Improve Your Mental Well-Being and Social Recognition

Ellen Diamond
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy

Family Psychotherapist Explains How Parents Can Help to Keep Young People Safe on Social Media

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Mind & Brain

Artificial Neural Networks Learn Better When They Spend Time Not Learning at All

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Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy

5 Steps to Stop Getting Distracted and Not Let Them Take You Over

Jerry Zondervan
Society, Politics & Culture

Here Are Effective Techniques to Reduce Negative Feelings Triggered by Social Media

Fiona Yassin