A study forthcoming in IEEE Technology and Society Magazineoffers new insight on how certain behavioral patterns can be indicative of depression, with particular attention given to the ways we use the internet.

The study looked at 216 random college students, screening them for signs of depression before collecting data on their internet use. Of the group, about 30% met the minimum diagnostic criteria for depression—the same 30% whose internet use varied significantly from that of the other, “not depressed” students. [read]

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  1. hey Joe the flow:
    to be fenced in a local stupidity
    without any Internet escape
    makes depression!

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