Dr. Ine Beyens delivers keynote lecture at Princeton Mental Health & Technology Use Symposium




Ine Beyens was invited as the keynote at the Princeton Precision Health symposium on mental health & technology use at Princeton University, delivering the keynote lecture “Beyond one-size-fits-all: The person-specific impact of social media on adolescent mental health.” Ine discussed how social media uniquely affects mental health among adolescents and shed light on person-specific approaches for understanding the impact of social media on today’s youth.

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