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Social Media and Well-Being: Rethinking the Scientific Evidence

Hosted by Social Media Week

Thursday, November 15, 2018

London

Culture

0:19 minutes

While current public and media debate makes the evidence surrounding social media use, teens and well-being seem clear cut, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Amy Orben, a psychology researcher at the University of Oxford, scientifically investigates many of the most pressing questions regarding social media use and adolescent well-being. In her talk she provides a whistle-stop tour of current scientific evidence, outlining unsolved debates and illustrating a surprising lack of clear-cut results. In addition to discussing wide-reaching implications for social and political debates, she also provides information about what is currently being done by scientists to transparently investigate the consequences of social media use.

Session Speakers

Amy  Orben

Amy Orben

College Lecturer & DPhil Candidate, University of Oxford

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