People who frequently check Facebook on their smartphone tend to have less gray matter in a reward-related area of the brain, according to new research. "Smartphones, Facebook - in short the digital world - is a major part of our lives," the study's corresponding author, Christian Montag of Ulm University, told PsyPost.
Study links Facebook use to reduced gray matter volume in the nucleus accumbens 
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Study links Facebook use to reduced gray matter volume in the nucleus accumbens 
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People who frequently check Facebook on their smartphone tend to have less gray matter in a reward-related area of the brain, according to new research. "Smartphones, Facebook - in short the digital world - is a major part of our lives," the study's corresponding author, Christian Montag of Ulm University, told PsyPost.
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