Social networking can forge stronger parent-child relationship

07/17/2013 | Medical News Today · Deseret News (Salt Lake City), The

Teens who used Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites to communicate with their parents felt closer to them and were less likely to manifest aggressive behavior and depression, Brigham Young University researchers found. The study, published in the journal Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, also found that these teens had increased "prosocial behavior," compared with peers who did not engage with their parents on such sites.

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