Scientists have denied the impact of smartphones on the psyche of adolescents
Scientists from America have denied the myth that phones affect the brain of children.
As the results of a new scientific work show: changes in the psyche occur depending on the time they spend on the Web.
The experiment was attended by more than 2 thousand young people, while 400 of them were teenagers, whose age ranged from 10 to 15 years.
Academicians collected information about the symptoms of mental disorders in adolescents 3 times a day.
As a result, scientists failed to detect an increased level of mental abnormalities.
For example, adolescents who received text messages within 24 hours reported high spirits more often than their less sociable peers.