In the News

June 23, 2020

Cision PRWeb

Teens’ technology use and mental health: New report from the Connected Learning Lab provides insight into Youth Connections for Wellbeing

With or without physical separation due to COVID-19, youth are using social media to connect and support each other, according to a report released today. Three leading researchers have just published Youth Connections for Wellbeing, an integrative review paper that illuminates how teens support each other through digital media during times of stress and isolation.

Leveraging their expertise across the fields of cultural anthropology, developmental psychology, and clinical psychology, scholars Mimi Ito, Candice Odgers, and Stephen Schueller discuss the potential of digital media to support youth wellbeing.

Read the full story at Cision PRWeb.


Teens’ technology use and mental health: New report from the Connected Learning Lab provides insight into Youth Connections for Wellbeing

< Previous
Get A Comfortable Chair: Permanent Work From Home Is Coming
Next >
What America Asks of Working Parents Is Impossible

Media interested in interviewing ICS faculty, students or alumni should contact Matt Miller at (949) 824-1562 or via email at matt.miller@uci.edu.