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Facebook or MySpace, youths’ use reflect face-to-face interactions (Science Daily)

Though parents often have concerns about letting their teens use social media Web sites like Facebook and MySpace, a new study suggests that well-adapted youth with positive friendships will use these sites to further enhance the positive relationships they already have. However, teens who have behavioral problems and difficulty making friends, may be more inclined to use social media in ...

By |January 26th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Facebook or MySpace, youths’ use reflect face-to-face interactions (Science Daily)

Though parents often have concerns about letting their teens use social media Web sites like Facebook and MySpace, a new study suggests that well-adapted youth with positive friendships will use these sites to further enhance the positive relationships they already have. However, teens who have behavioral problems and difficulty making friends, may be more inclined to use social media in ...

By |January 26th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Facebook Or MySpace, Youths’ Use Reflect Face-To-Face Interactions (redOrbit)

Though parents often have concerns about letting their teens use social media Web sites like Facebook and MySpace, a new study by University of Virginia psychologists suggests that well-adapted youth with positive friendships will use these sites to further enhance the positive relationships they already have.However, they warn, teens who have behavioral problems and difficulty making friends ...

By |January 25th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments