Screen Use, Lifestyle Behaviours and Psychosocial Health in Adolescent Females

Charlotte Goddard
Thursday, January 7, 2021

Researchers at the University of Leicester wanted to measure the impact of screen use on young women’s behaviour and health. They also wanted to find out how common concurrent screen use or “screen stacking” – such as scrolling through a phone while watching TV – was among young women in the UK.

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