social media

Reposting Is Bad For Your Memory

When deciding whether to share an article or retweet, the decision itself consumes cognitive resources and leads to cognitive overload.

When Punches Fly in Cyberspace

SMU Associate Professor Gary Chan examines how legal practice has changed in response to the Internet and technology.

News Media Determines Whether You Share & Care

The popularity of conservation topics on social media is largely determined by news sites, study shows.

Social Media Consumption & Unhealthy Diets

Young people are exposed to heavy marketing from unhealthy food brands on social media sites, study shows.

Making Sense of Social Media

Professor Lim Ee Peng from the SMU School of Information Systems turns Twitter noise into useful and informative data.

Facebook is Wearing Young Asian Adults Out, Survey Says

A survey of 19 to 26-year-olds, conducted in China, Singapore, and the U.S., has found that over half of young adults are unable to keep up with their social media commitments.