Improved Body Imaging with Limited Social Media Usage : APA

Limited Social Media Usage

A recent┬ástudy published in American Psychological Association (APA) has confirmed that teenagers and young adults who had limited social media usage for a few weeks by 50% witnessed improvement in their self image about their appearance and body weight. This was compared with their peers who had significant social media usage. Gary Goldfield, lead researcher … Read more

Cyber Bullying, Privacy Invasion can result in Emotional Exhaustion : Study

Social media can result in Emotional Exhaustion

According to a recent study published in Elsevier, information overload from social media platforms can result in increased emotional exhaustion among users. Further, system features overload, privacy invasion, cyber bullying are some of the factors that lead to social media fatigue among the users. The study also explores the underlying psychological mechanism of the social … Read more