Yes, smartphones are destroying a generation, but not of kids | Curio

Yes, smartphones are destroying a generation, but not of kids

16 mins | Sep 3, 2017

Smartphones are distracting and change the way people behave in social settings—but this doesn’t just apply to teenagers. Alexandra Samuel responds to Jean Twenge’s research and argues that it is parents who are most affected by recent technological shifts and that this in turn can have a very real impact on their children’s development.

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