Effects of Social Media Use on Cognitive and Affective Empathy

@inproceedings{Whited2017EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of Social Media Use on Cognitive and Affective Empathy},
  author={Kristin M. Whited},
  year={2017}
}
by Kristin M. Whited Previous research suggests an overall decrease in empathy and interpersonal skil ls. Studies implicate social media as a variable in these trends; however, much of this previous r search has only been correlational. The present study examined the effects of social media use as well as face-to-face interpersonal interaction on state empathy and trait empathy. Col lege students ( N = 110) were randomly assigned to scroll through social media posts, participate in a fac e-to-f… CONTINUE READING

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