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Current search: 'Cara L. Booker' and '2018'

  1. Social media use and adolescent mental health: findings from the UK Millennium Cohort Study

    Yvonne Kelly, Afshin Zilanawala, Cara L. Booker, et al.

    1. Information And Communication Technologies
    2. Psychology
    3. Time Use
    4. Young People
    5. Well Being
    6. Health
    7. Social Behaviour
  2. Guest blog: Taking time out to go Scroll Free

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  3. Social media use diminishes well-being of teenage girls

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  4. Massive rise in children's use of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with 1 in 8 using social media for THREE HOURS a day

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  5. Social media ‘negatively affects adolescent girls more than boys’

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  6. Essex research shows girls using social media are unhappier

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  7. Social media negatively affects teen girls more than boys

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  8. Too much social media at age 10 may make for unhappy teen girls

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  9. Calling time on a life of likes could be key to girls’ happiness

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  10. Social media use at age 10 could reduce wellbeing of adolescent girls

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

  11. Gender differences in the associations between age trends of social media interaction and well-being among 10-15 year olds in the UK

    Cara L. Booker, Yvonne J. Kelly, and Amanda Sacker

    1. Information And Communication Technologies
    2. Social Networks
    3. Psychology
    4. Time Use
    5. Young People
    6. Well Being
    7. Health
    8. Life Course Analysis
    9. Social Behaviour

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