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Screens, teens, and psychological well-being: evidence from three time-use-diary studies

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The notion that digital-screen engagement decreases adolescent well-being has become a recurring feature in public, political, and scientific conversation. The current level of psychological evidence, however, is far removed from the certainty voiced by many commentators. There is little clear-cut evidence that screen time decreases adolescent well-being, and most psychological results are based on single-country, exploratory studies that rely on inaccurate but popular self-report measures of...

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Published
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Peer reviewed
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10.1177/0956797619830329

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Medical Sciences Division
Department:
Experimental Psychology
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
Social Sciences Division
Department:
Oxford Internet Institute
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0000-0001-5547-2185
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Orben, A
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Baukney-Przybylski, AK
Publisher:
SAGE Publications Publisher's website
Journal:
Psychological Science Journal website
Volume:
30
Issue:
5
Pages:
682-696
Publication date:
2019-04-02
Acceptance date:
2018-11-27
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EISSN:
1467-9280
ISSN:
0956-7976
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pubs:944845
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uri:f89af999-37d4-4d94-bbe0-3fa969425077
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uuid:f89af999-37d4-4d94-bbe0-3fa969425077
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pubs:944845

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