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News of a sexting scandal involving hundreds of students at a Colorado high school has got parents across the nation in a tizzy. Are their kids also sharing nude snaps of themselves? How would the parents even know? Complicating this scandal was how the students kept these images from parents and teachers.
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Establishing Rules for Teen Cell Phone Use
Why Parents May Need to Restrict a Teen's Smartphone Use
Call to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor. Who Answers? Teen cell phone addiction has recently become a topic of discussion for parents, and educators alike. Is cell phone use potentially as addictive as other behaviors like gambling or even as addictive as drugs themselves? Many parents are wondering if teens more susceptible to the possibility of other behavioral and substance use disorders if they become addicted to their cell phones.
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The Latest on Teen Cell Phone Addiction
Many teens think they are addicted to cell phones, and they certainly act like it. In one study, teens aged fifteen to nineteen describe themselves as addicted to their phones, and in another, 30 percent say they're depressed when they can't use it. Two Latin American researchers—a psychologist who works with drug addicts and an EMF expert—in a paper published in March suggest a plausible explanation for why teens go into withdrawal when they can't use their phones:. Cell phone use, like drugs and alcohol, may act on the reward centers of the brain which contain opiate receptors. When the brain gets its perceived reward—whether it's heroin, chocolate, or the fun of texting two thousand times a month on average—it wants a do-over, again and again and again.
Anya Kamenetz. Just over half of children in the United States — 53 percent — now own a smartphone by the age of And 84 percent of teenagers now have their own phones, immersing themselves in a rich and complex world of experiences that adults sometimes need a lot of decoding to understand.