Social networking sites like Facebook use lifts up the mood, reveals study.
Measurements of physical and psychological responses such as breathing rate, brain activation, and pupil dilation, designed to assess a person's psychophysiological state were collected by researchers from IULM University, Catholic University of Sacro Cuore, in Milan, Italy, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge.
AdvertisementThe responses were collected in a group of individuals participating in either a relaxing or stressful task or being online on their own personal Facebook account.
The results of the study revealed a significantly different experience for stress or relaxation exposure compared to the response to Facebook.
The study has been published in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking.
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