Texting doesn’t replace talking in new study
Americans love to text but messaging on the phone does not replace good old fashioned conversation.
Psychologists at the University of Wisconsin studied women and found feel good hormones like oxytocin were higher during face-to-face chats than they were during text conversations.
The researchers said it’s a good reminder that while texting is a fast way to communicate, it’s important to reach out and talk to people too.
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