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Post Media Multitasking Tied to Anxiety, Depression

(Psych Central News) Using multiple forms of media at the same time — such as playing a computer game while watching TV — is linked to symptoms of anxiety and depression in a new study out of Michigan State University. Psychologist Dr. Mark Becker, lead investigator on the study, said he was surprised to find such a clear [...]

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