San Francisco (IANS). In the era of digitization, there will hardly be a person who does not have a smart phone or a Facebook account. From metro cities to small cities, elderly to elderly and even children are connected to Facebook. The reason for this is clear that Facebook is the world’s largest social networking site that revolutionizes social networking. People like Facebook so much, so he takes full care of his users and for whom he continues to study from time to time. In the same episode, Facebook has acknowledged for the first time that people may feel bad by cross-scrolling through posts on the social media platform, which means that there is a possibility of having an adverse effect on active participation on Facebook.
Facebook’s director O. F. Research David Ginsberg and its research partner Moira Burke have written, ‘The people you care about can be beneficial for you, while you may feel bad about seeing or commenting on others It is possible. Researchers have cited an experiment that unlike the University of Michigan students posting on Facebook or talking to friends, they have been asked to read on Facebook for 10 minutes. At the end of the research, the students who read Facebook appeared in a bad mood. ‘
A study of California’s San Diego and Yale University found that those who have clicked nearly four times as an average person, or who have more than twice as many posts. In a survey about them reported poor mental health by average. Researchers believe that there may be negative social comparisons by reading online more about others than offline.
Facebook Post said, ‘Another theory is that the Internet takes away the person from social filings. On the other hand, communicate actively with people – especially sharing messages, posting and remembering comments and close conversations with close friends.
A study conducted with Carnegie Mellon University found that those who have sent or received more messages, comments and timeline posts, report information about social support, depression and loneliness. The study found that positive effects were strong even when people used to chat online with their close friends. Ginsberg and Burke have written that our research and other academic literature briefly explain how it uses social media about things you own.