Screen Education, a non-profit organization focused on the mitigation of smartphone addiction in teens, has released the results of the national survey, finding that a majority of teens are so troubled by their smartphone addiction that they want to reduce the amount of time they spend on screens.
Conducted by Screen Education, with support from Stark Statistical Consulting and powered by EMI Research Solutions, the national study surveyed teens in grades 7-12. EMI fielded it from April 18 to April 25, 2018.
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Screen Education is dedicated to mitigating the negative consequences of screen addiction through research, education, and consulting. To learn more about Screen Education, visit www.ScreenEducation.org.
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