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Scientists Are Ready to Move Beyond ‘Screen Time’

All screens are not equal. Stanford’s Human Screenome Project promises to map people’s digital behaviors in far more complex ways.

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SScientists have spent years, and millions of dollars, correlating screen time with all manner of negative effects on young people: depression, anxiety, obesity…

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