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Updated 02 April 2013

Facebook can be psychologically meaningful

Being on Facebook can bolster people's self-confidence, a new study suggests.

The findings appear in the March issue of the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

Facebook can boost well-being

The Nemours Foundation outlines how to build children's self-esteem.

 
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