New Study Implies Facebook Usage Lowers Self-Control

New Study Implies Facebook Usage Lowers Self-Control
(New York, NY) -- The more you use Facebook to connect to friends, the less self-control you have. That's the conclusion of a study from Columbia Business School and University of Pittsburgh researchers. They say more time on the social networking site equals less ability to control certain habits. The research shows that Facebook users who say they are closely connected to friends and family are also more prone to impulsive behavior, such as buying 20 to 30-percent more during visits to online sites than originally planned