chickendinner hypotheses

mental health and social media

continuous social media exposure and mental illness

the causal relationship between continuous social media use and chance of mental illness

Continued, long-term social media use is a direct causal factor for a higher chance of mental illness.

In the long-term, continued internet usage can lead to a lowered capacity for discerning reality.

FaceBook helps those who would otherwise be unable to communicate do so, but provides those who could in its absence a less involved way to do so, weakening their relationships in the process.

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2 Responses to chickendinner hypotheses

  1. davidbdale says:

    Please update your Hypothesis to reflect the version we agreed would be worthy of your research during our Professor Conference, CD.

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