Michele Ybarra, PhD, a public health and child mental health researcher who is president and research director of the nonprofit research organization Internet Solutions for Kids has  data from two ongoing studies suggesting the dangers of sexting and bullying online are not as pervasive as is being suggested in the media:


However, children whose parents don’t ask them about their online activities and don’t monitor their use of Facebook are less healthy, more narcissistic, and perform worse at school than children whose parents restrict their technology use, according to Larry D. Rosen, PhD, professor of psychology at California State University, Dominguez Hills:


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