Get married or stay single? Live in the city or country? Dog or Cat? Science has the answers

“Our research shows that when you engage in this kind of voyeuristic usage of the technology, it consistently leads to declines in how good people feel from one moment to the next,” says Kross. “Possibly this is because you’re constantly comparing yourself to other people, and when people post information, it’s usually of good things.” Being an active user didn’t necessarily make people feel better about themselves, “it just doesn’t harm you,” Kross says.

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