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Social Media & the Adolescent Mind: A TC Psychology Roundtable

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Published on May 10, 2012

Moderated by Barry Farber (MA '70), Professor of Psychology and Education featuring Dailey Pattee (PhD '04), Psychoanalyst and TC Trustee; Elizabeth Reid (PhD '09) Clinical Psychologist and Dinelia Rosa, Associate Professor of Psychology and Education, Director of the Dean Hope Center

You meet and almost immediately you're friends on Facebook. Now it's time to consider the power that social media wield in our daily lives, particularly the lives of adolescents, and ponder some perplexing questions. Why do kids expose themselves in such a public way? Why has the internet become the place where they initiate and develop relationships but also bare their souls and lash out? Learn some of the dangers and benefits of social networks and implications for teachers, parents and psychotherapists.

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