If you ask the average person about the effects of social media, you’ll likely get a negative response. They’ll mention how social channels distort our conception of real life, or the outsized role they can play in determining our daily happiness. But the truth, according to researchers, is that how social media affects us is largely dependent on our own personalities.
In the full article from The Actuary, learn how science is shedding new light on the connection between our social media choices and our ideas about our self-worth. Plus, learn what your selfie style says about your ability to solve problems.