POSTED : July 16, 2019
BY : Anil Yanamandra

Nearly all U.S. teens have a smartphone and almost half say they’re online constantly. The effects are dramatic. One study has shown that more than a single hour of screen time results in “lower psychological well-being, including less curiosity, lower self-control, more distractibility, more difficulty making friends, less emotional stability, being more difficult to care for, and inability to finish tasks.” As the designers of their online experiences, we’re failing our kids.

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