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  • With social media sites being used by one third of the entire world, theyve clearly had a major influence on society.

    全世界 1/3 的人都在使用社群網站,它們對於社會確實有重大影響力。

  • But what about our bodies?


  • Here are 5 crazy ways that social media and the internet are affecting your brain right now!

    以下是 5 個社群網站現在滲透你大腦的絕妙方式:

  • Can't log off? Surprisingly, 5-10% of Internet users are actually unable to control how much time they spend online.

    離不開網路嗎?令人驚訝的是,5 至 10% 的網路使用者無法控制上網時間。

  • Though it’s a psychological addiction as opposed to a substance addiction, brain scans of these people actually show a similar impairment of regions that those with drug dependence have.


  • Specifically, there is a clear degradation of white matter in the regions that control emotional processing, attention and decision making.


  • Because social media provides immediate rewards with very little effort required, your brain begins to rewire itself, making you desire these stimulations.


  • And you begin to crave more of this neurological excitement after each interaction.


  • Sounds a little like a drug, right?


  • We also see a shift when looking at multi-tasking.


  • You might think that those who use social media or constantly switch between work and websites are better at multitasking.


  • But studies have found that when comparing heavy media users to others, they perform much worse during task switching tests.


  • Increased multi-tasking online reduces your brain's ability to filter out interferences, and can even make it harder for your brain to commit information to memory,


  • like when your phone buzzes in the middle of productive work.


  • Or wait...did it even buzz?

    等等 ... 它真的有響嗎?

  • Phantom Vibration Syndrome is a relatively new psychological phenomenon where you think you felt your phone go off, but it didn’t.


  • In one study, 89% of test subjects said they experienced this at least once every two weeks.

    一項研究指出,89% 的受試者每兩週至少會發生一次這種情形。

  • It would seem that our brains now perceive an itch as an actual vibration from our phone.


  • As crazy as it seems, technology has begun to rewire our nervous systems, and our brains are being triggered in a way they never have been before in history.


  • Social Media also triggers a release of dopamine, the feel good chemical.


  • Using MRI scans, scientists found that the reward centers in people’s brains are much more active when they are talking about their own views , as opposed to listening to others.


  • Not so surprisingwe all love talking about ourselves, right?


  • But it turns out that while 30-40% of face-to-face conversations involve communicating our own experiences, around 80% of social media communication is self-involved.

    事實上,面對面交談只有 30 至 40% 的話題關於自己,而社群網站上的交流,則有 80% 的話題都在自己身上。

  • The same part of your brain related to orgasms, motivation and love are stimulated by your social media use, and even more so when you know you have an audience.


  • Our body is physiologically rewarding us for talking about ourselves online!


  • But it’s not all so self-involved.


  • In fact, studies on relationships have found that partners tend to like each other more if they meet for the first time online rather than with a face-to-face interaction.


  • Whether it’s because people are more anonymous or perhaps more clear about their future goals, there is a statistical increase in successful partnerships that started online.


  • So while the internet has changed our verbal communication with increased physical separation, perhaps the ones that matter the most end up even closer.


  • Speaking of social media, we had you ask us questions on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook,

    說到社群網站,你可以在推特、 instagram、臉書、

  • Tumblr, Google+ and every other social platform we could find and did a Q&A Video over on AsapTHOUGHT!


  • So if you like getting some insider info on AsapSCIENCE and behind the scenes, check it out with the link in the description!

    如果想取得更多詳盡資訊,或 AsapSCIENCE的 幕後花絮,請點擊說明區裡的連結!

  • Got a burning question you want answered? Ask it in the comments or on Facebook and Twitter.


  • We also finally got a PO Box, for all of you amazing science lovers who have requested to send us mail or other stuff over the years.


  • And we’d love to hear from all of you!


  • So feel free to use the address on the screen or in the description box.


  • And subscribe for more weekly science videos!


With social media sites being used by one third of the entire world, theyve clearly had a major influence on society.

全世界 1/3 的人都在使用社群網站,它們對於社會確實有重大影響力。

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【資訊】不可思議!五個社群媒體滲透你大腦的方式!(5 Crazy Ways Social Media Is Changing Your Brain Right Now)

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    Ashley Chen 發佈於 2019 年 03 月 17 日