Online gaming may boost school scores. Social media? Not so much.

If you or your kids are avid gamers, here’s some good news: All that strategising may have a beneficial impact on school results. Whether regular Facebook use is a drag on one’s English test scores — that’s another question. A study conducted by Alberto Posso, a professor at Australia’s RMIT University, found that teenagers who […] Read more »

Online gaming may boost school scores. Social media? Not so much.

If you or your kids are avid gamers, here’s some good news: All that strategising may have a beneficial impact on school results. Whether regular Facebook use is a drag on one’s English test scores — that’s another question. A study conducted by Alberto Posso, a professor at Australia’s RMIT University, found that teenagers who […] Read more »

For Some Items, Buying Online Can Actually Add to the Shame Factor

The privacy that comes from buying things online allows people to purchase all kinds of things they normally wouldn’t, right? Not quite. In some cases, buying something online can make you try even more strenuously to avoid the purchase in future than you would if you bought it in public. Read more… All articles Read more »