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And how can I prevent problematic overuse? There are reasons for concern. A survey from Common Sense Media found that half of teenagers felt addicted to their devices, and 78 percent checked their devices at least hourly. Seventy-two percent of teens felt pressured to respond immediately to texts, notifications and social media messaging. I have spent the past 15 years helping teens with organization and time management. They appreciate the convenience of having access to their children and the potential safety benefits.
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Teens and Mobile Phones Over the Past Five Years: Pew Internet Looks Back | Pew Research Center
American teenagers have a complicated and sometimes contradictory relationship with their smartphones—just like the rest of us. A new Pew Research study shows that kids are trying to negotiate between worry that they spend too much time on their phones and anxiety when they are separated from their devices. The study, released Wednesday, found that 54 percent of US teens ages 13 to 17 worry they spend too much time on their phones, 52 percent have taken steps to cut back on their phone use, and 57 percent have tried to spend less time on social media. Among those who say they spend too much time on their phones, 53 percent have cut back on mobile usage.
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Even Teens Worry That Teens Are Addicted to Their Phones
When I talk to parents about my research on teens and technology, their questions often boil down to this: Is it bad for my teen to be spending so much time on electronic devices? Recently, several analyses have said that the research on this front is a mess or that there is no connection to mental health. In fact, four large studies of teens from the U. Twice as many heavy users of electronic devices are unhappy , depressed or distressed as light users.
Even my 1st grade son had children in his class with the latest and greatest smartphones at that time. I recall a similar conversation from my own childhood revolving around getting a corded telephone for my bedroom. New technology, even greater challenges: flipping awesome! When she named every known child her age with a smart phone, we quickly realized that she was quite possibly the only 8th grade student in Oregon and Colorado without one.
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