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ABSTRACT. The current study supports previous research (e.g. Abbasi and Alghamdi, 2017; Brailovskaia and Margraf, 2017; Casale and Fioravanti, 2018; Frison et al., 2018; O’Sullivan and Hussain, 2017; Turel, Brevers, and Bechara, 2018; Vanman, Baker, and Tobin, 2018; Young et al., 2017) claiming that more demanding utilization of Facebook may raise the risk of health issues. Using data from Business Insider, Edison Research, Facebook, Internet World Stats, KPCB, Pew Research Center, Piper Jaffray, Retrevo, Statista, and Triton Digital, I performed analyses and made estimates regarding teens’ most important social network, the percent of online adults who use certain social media websites, Facebook’s daily active users as a percentage of monthly active users, the percent of social networking websites’ users who ever gets news on the site, and the percent of global population using Facebook by region.

Keywords: Facebook addiction; depressive symptom; stress; neurocognition

How to cite: Shackelford, Vanessa (2018). “The Neurocognitive Consequences of Facebook Addiction,” American Journal of Medical Research 5(1): 97–102.

Received 11 November 2017 • Received in revised form 1 April 2018
Accepted 5 April 2018 • Available online 12 April 2018

doi:10.22381/AJMR51201810

VANESSA SHACKELFORD
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Center for Health Management, CSA, Stockholm

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