New @GEMH_Lab blog; Social Media: Sharing is Caring? - Social Media can be very helpful when seeking mental health… https://t.co/fEUW3R5Aps
@PlayNiceInst @arsatiki @jamesheathers @GEMH_Lab Very much interested in those social media data. We're currently w… https://t.co/ahDa7zuBDD
Indeed, very crucial! Renders most smartphone research completely useless, and based on my review of the literature… https://t.co/pkLkE3GooC
Social media has taken a prominent place in our lives. In order to understand it's effects, scientists often consider two different concepts: Bridging and Bonding.
RT @GEMH_Lab: Last Friday @GEMH_Lab was featured in @jeugdjournaal to explain why games can help children with problems such as anxiety. Wa…
Last Friday GEMH lab was featured in Het Jeugdjournaal to explain why games can help children to overcome their problems, such as anxiety. Het Jeugdjournaal is a Dutch news show that aims to educate children about worldwide and national news.
RT @Gryphire: New @GEMH_Lab blog on how social media can be an asset to our societies too! https://t.co/kr967x8ciV https://t.co/djO3H47f0u
RT @PlayNiceInst: Great list of games that have helped people with mental health challenges @GEMH_Lab I love how different they all are. Re…
@kathringerling @elisamekler Any GEMH-ies interested? @GEMH_Lab
We’re slowly crawling towards the 'season to be merry', and in the spirit of positivity we’re going to take a look at 3 ways in which social media have created opportunities for our world (and us) to be better!