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April 23, 2009


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The researchers in multiple interviews acknowledged that the Facebook study had limitations and that it was correlational. He or she claimed that the topic was exploratory and merely a way to find out more information and start a dialogue. The media seems to have manipulated a lot of the findings to be more sensational.

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Jen I agree with you completely. It was the reporters more than the researchers who manipulated things. Bill

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