Our life is exposed in social networks ALL the time, no matter how often you publish a status or upload a photo, the truth is that the limit between living "online" and "real life" has ceased to exist long ago.
According to researchers from the University of Cambridge and Stanford Business School, what we share in our social networks is more reliable in terms of perception, which happens in our life "offline", when they need to understand if a person has a mental illness .
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Updating your status provides information about your mental health; According to scientists, a language analysis algorithm can collect the symptoms of a mental illness, as it works as an early warning for depression or schizophrenia.
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