Jonathan Haidt, a generally level-headed academic, has been arguing that social media use contributes to depression in teen girls. A great many people, since the thesis sounds plausible enough, assume the claim has more or less been proven. But the studies alleging a link range from poor to embarrassing. Aaron Brown joins us to review the evidence.
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