Teenage Wasteland? How Teen Texting Affects Behavior

Researchers examine whether texting changes teenagers' brains

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Teenagers send thousands upon thousands of text messages each month (some as many as 24,000!). So researchers are beginning to wonder: what’s the effect of the furious finger work? Reporter Katie Hafner joins The Takeaway with answers.

For more, read Katie's piece on texting and teens in the Science Times section of today's New York Times, Texting may be taking a toll.

Guests:

Katie Hafner

Contributors:

Molly Webster and Nadia Zonis

Comments [2]

Averagejoe

this is gay!!!

Jan. 12 2011 09:43 AM
Brandon Warren

Hi, this photo should link back to the photo page on flickr, could you please format the picture to link back to my flickr when clicked.

Sep. 02 2009 10:32 AM

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