At the same time, the increase in self-esteem led to a drop in self-control. The feelings of self-worth caused people to be more self-indulgent and impulsive, especially when it came to their use of credit cards and the impact that had on their credit reports.
The study found no connection between the time spent online, the percentage of time spent on social networks, and the number of relationships a person has offline and the amount of time spent with offline connections.
Research from Nielson in 2010 found that 23% of online time is spent on social networks. That’s twice the amount of time spent on other online activities. Other studies looked at participants’ health and abilities to perform mental tasks like word puzzles.
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