Addicted To Feedback?
Her World Malaysia|August 2018

Gadget addiction is fast growing into an epidemic. However, are we truly addicted to our gadgets or hooked on a feeling?

Amanda Soh

An article on the Internet recently expounded the idea that rather than being addicted to our gadgets, it’s the micro-feedback from social media that we’re obsessed with. Intrigued, we consulted Vizla Kumaresan, a clinical psychologist at Ara Damansara Medical Centre, to find out more.

WHAT IS MICROFEEDBACK?

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