Mental Health

Smartphones are damaging this generation's mental health

A customer looks at the iPhone 8 on display at the Apple Orchard Shop in Singapore September 22, 2017. REUTERS/Edgar Su - RC188A304890

Even if online time doesn’t directly harm mental health, it could still adversely affect it in indirect ways. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Jean Twenge
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