“... the accelerating and highly lucrative hyperbole – of course, there are books to sell, detox clinics to market, speaking tours to book – has left us no closer to an answer to the key questions.” ⁦⁩ & me in today’s ⁦
"Our results indicated that 99.6% of the variability in adolescent girls’ satisfaction with life had nothing to do with how much they used social media."
We’re told that too much screen time hurts our kids. Where’s the evidence? | Andrew Przybylski and Amy Orben
Worth reading and on the toxic effects of social media on mental health. Except they are few and far between. More good stuff from the
Excellent article by and considers the gulf between science and rhetoric in the screen time debate and how some profit by selling fear
We’re told that too much screen time hurts our kids. Where’s the evidence?
ICYMI: "These problems are well known to scientists working on [screen time], but many commentators don’t know – or don’t care – that they are cherry-picking from an evidence base riddled with errors." Our editorial in the . H/T
We’re told that too much screen time hurts our kids. Where’s the evidence? A great article from (who we were lucky enough to welcome to the ASI earlier this year!) and . Read more
“...The authors of a landmark study argue that social media use has only minor effects on wellbeing. But an entire industry says otherwise”
“Dancing to the steady drumbeat of monetised fear sold by the moral entrepreneurs” ... magnificent summary of the unhelpful panic about screen time. HT ⁦⁩ for flagging up
Two leading experts and write a really good piece about the lack of evidence of harm from social media. BTL idiots: mY kId Is AdDiCtEd! uR PiEcE iS StUpId! wHo FuNdS u?? 🙄🙄
I mean, yeah, where is the evidence?
We’re told that too much screen time hurts our kids. Where’s the evidence? | Andrew Przybylski and Amy Orben
We’re told that too much screen time hurts kids but the best data we haven't doesn't support the alarmism Good piece from and
Concerns about #smartphones might fade away in the coming decade, just as anxieties about video arcades, Dungeons & Dragons and Elvis’s hips did in previous generations.
We’re told that too much screen time hurts our kids. Where’s the evidence? By Andrew K. Przybylski () Amy Orben / @ Guardian
We’re told that too much screen time hurts our kids. Where’s the evidence? | Andrew Przybylski and Amy Orben
“dancing to the steady drumbeat of monetised fear sold by the moral entrepreneurs.' | 'The authors of a landmark study argue that social media use has only minor effects on wellbeing. But an entire industry says otherwise' - Andrew Przybylski & Amy Orben