Screen time addiction in adults is associated with borderline personality traits and psychological distress

Screen time addiction in adults is associated with borderline personality traits and psychological distress

Mental health Via Marc Lallanilla Published 10:53 a.m. ET, October 18, 2023 Does surfing social media contribute to mental health problems? Perhaps, according to the author of a recent study, addiction to computer screens, smartphones, televisions, game consoles and other digital devices is related to mental illness. And while most studies have examined the effects … Read more

Nomophobia: New insights into psychological factors influencing phone separation anxiety

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A new study provides insight into the factors that influence the fear of being separated from one’s cell phone, also known as nomophobia. An important finding is that improving interpersonal problem-solving skills equates to a reduction in nomophobia. Additionally, emotional intelligence has been found to be associated with stronger interpersonal problem-solving skills and reduced stress. … Read more

Counseling and Psychological Services Focused on Individualized Attention for Students | GW today | George Washington University

Counseling and Psychological Services Focused on Individualized Attention for Students |  GW today |  George Washington University

Nestled on the ground floor of the University Student Center is a beacon that helps George Washington University students navigate the stress, anxiety, and challenging times surrounding their academic lives and the world. around them and beyond. The Office of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), located in the Student Health Center, is GW’s primary mental … Read more