When we evaluate our lives, we are influence by social comparisons. How am I doing compared to my peers? Since social media is a constant flow of great news for other people, we wanted to conduct an experiment where a randomised trial group did not log on to Facebook for one week. We were surprised by the results.
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Danish study says, No Facebook means Happier Life
"Instead of focusing on what we actually need, we have an unfortunate tendency to focus on what other people have," the authors of the study wrote.
Read more of the study at http://www.happinessresearchinstitute.com/