‘Age-related differences in social media use, online social support, and depressive symptoms in adolescents and emerging adults’
Paper from our CAMH journal
Background – Despite growing concerns about the impact of social media use on the developing brain and associated mental health impacts, whether susceptibility to the benefits and harms of social media use changes across adolescence and young adulthood has yet to be empirically tested.
Authors: Madison Politte-Corn, Elizabeth A. Nick, Autumn Kujawa
First published: 07 February 2023
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