Everybody's going to see it, can comment on it, make fun of you," she says. Researcher and clinical psychologist Steve Ilardi , with the University of Kansas tries to help anxious and depressed kids feel better. By , smartphones had become widespread, she says, and it's around that same time that social media began to dominate young people's lives. Rates of psychological distress , which Twenge describes as "feeling nervous, hopeless or that everything in life is an effort" rose by 71 percent among people aged 18 to The study findings suggest a generational shift says psychologist Jean Twenge , with San Diego State University who headed the study and is author of the book iGen. Social media exaggerates that process, she says, because it's so public, available, and highly visual. Death from suicide increased by 56 percent among to year-olds between and Twenge and her colleagues analyzed data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health , a government survey that tracks mental health and substance use in individuals age 12 and over in the U. To see a significant increase in negative psychological states "among our vulnerable population of teens and young adults is absolutely heartbreaking," she says.
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