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In fact, the Internet was even a relatively more important source for out-of-school than for in-school youth, a finding with important social implications.
Youths said the Internet provided interesting material that helped them solve a problem or answer a question.
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Internet use had no effect on standardized test scores in math.
"Improvements in reading achievement may be attributable to the fact that spending more time online typically means spending more time reading," said Dr. "GPAs may improve because GPAs are heavily dependent on reading skills," she added.
The authors observed 406 message boards to investigate how adolescents solicit and share information related to self-injurious behavior.
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WASHINGTON — Between 75 and 90 percent of teenagers in the United States use the Internet to email, instant message (IM), visit chat rooms and explore other sites on the World Wide Web.
According to the latest research presented in a special issue of , published by the American Psychological Association (APA), spending a lot of time on the Web can have both negative and positive effects on young people, i.e., the sharing of self-injury practices by some and the improvement of academic performance and health awareness by others.
The children who participated in the Home Net Too project were online for an average of 30 minutes a day.