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21 November 2023
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10 October 2023
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The impact of YouTube on mental health

YouTube wields significant influence on mental health. It's a double-edged sword, fostering both positive and negative effects. Parasocial relationships with content creators can deepen loneliness, especially among the vulnerable. YouTube can also educate, connect, and support mental well-being through informative content and communities as suicide prevention researcher Dr Luke Balcombe explains.

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10 August 2023
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26 June 2023
AI artificial intelligence and digital mental health

The use of AI in digital mental health

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have the potential to enhance productivity and increase in annual GDP. However, the risks associated with AI also need to be studied. Digital mental health faces challenges in providing integrated and effective solutions, but early evidence suggests feasibility and effectiveness. Understanding the complex relationship between mental health and its factors is crucial for innovation in digital mental health and its potential interventions.

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15 May 2023
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Impacts of YouTube on loneliness and mental health

Frequent users of YouTube have higher levels of loneliness, anxiety, and depression according to researchers from the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP).

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31 August 2022
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16 March 2021
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3 March 2021

Griffith and Lysn partner in digital mental health research

Important research into the use of digital mental health tools and resilience during and post COVID will be the focus of a new partnership between Griffith and Lysn.

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15 December 2020

Digital solutions may aid athlete’s mental health

Digital mental health platforms including the use of smartphones and online behaviour analysis could help improve the mental health of athletes especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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