Tag Archive for: Fame
Almost a quarter of preteens are using social media and it is having a profound impact on their values, a new national survey released Thursday has found. Read more
Un estudio de la U. de California analizó los programas de TV más exitosos en cada una de las últimas cuatro décadas y los valores que inspiraron. Read more
IT was a Monday when Benni Cinkle, a 14-year-old high school student from Anaheim Hills, Calif., received a text message from her classmate Rebecca Black saying that an unofficial fan page devoted to Ms. Cinkle had popped up on Facebook. Read more
The findings by UCLA psychologists who conducted the study mark a dramatic shift from the past, when “community feeling” — being part of a group — was the top value as recently as 1997. Read more
Is fame more important to tweens than it used to be? A new study suggests that young kids of this decade are vastly more familiar with and are more likely to value individualistic personality traits like fame, achievement and wealth than kids of past eras Read more
Our mission is to study children, teens, and adults’ interaction with the newer forms of interactive digital media and to see how these interactions both affect and reflect offline lives, ecological conditions, and long-term development.
Patricia M. Greenfield
Distinguished Professor of Psychology, UCLA
Yalda T. Uhls, Ph.D.
Associate Director, CDMC@LA
Assistant adjunct prof. at UCLA