Teens And The Three-Second Rule For Social

First the good news: Contrary to a common factoid (can we call it a faketoid?) teenagers — and, in fact, all humans — do not really have attention spans shorter than those of goldfish. In studies with school-aged kids, it has become apparent that the ability to pay attention varies widely. The reality is really not that teens have short attention spans, it’s that they have short attention spans for things they don’t care about. Read More