A Large-Scale Test of the Goldilocks Hypothesis.

@article{2017ALT,
  title={A Large-Scale Test of the Goldilocks Hypothesis.},
  author={},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2017},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={
          204-215
        }
}
Although the time adolescents spend with digital technologies has sparked widespread concerns that their use might be negatively associated with mental well-being, these potential deleterious influences have not been rigorously studied. Using a preregistered plan for analyzing data collected from a representative sample of English adolescents ( n = 120,115), we obtained evidence that the links between digital-screen time and mental well-being are described by quadratic functions. Further, our… CONTINUE READING
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