"The Association Between Adolescent Well-Being and Digital Technology Use"
A massive international analysis finds more screen time is associated with a lower sense of well-being among teenagers, but the effects are too small to require policy changes, according to a study in the journal Nature Human Behavior.
Screen time explained .04 percent of the differences in well-being among adolescents. By contrast, being bullied, smoking, getting enough sleep, eating breakfast, or wearing glasses all accounted for more of the difference.
Vol. 38, Issue 19, Page 4Published in Print: January 23, 2019, as Education Technology