Study: Youth social skills not hurt by screen time

Study: Youth social skills not hurt by screen time
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Despite the amount of time spent on phones and computers, young people's social skills are not declining, according to the American Journal of Sociology. The study found similarities in how children who started school in 1998 and 2010 formed and maintained friendships, regulated their tempers and managed self-control.

 Full Story: Psych Central

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