Nobody’s Been Studying Socially Isolated Kids, and That’s a Problem
[Source: Medical X-Press]
For years, psychology researchers have treated peer rejection and social network isolation as being somewhat interchangeable when it comes to early adolescence; it was thought that if kids fell into one of those two groups, they fell into the other. A recent study finds there is actually little overlap between the groups—and socially isolated kids face different risks.
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