Selfies are NOT the root of all evil. Is the rise of the selfie a sign of a culture collapsing into narcissism?

The Open University’s Lisa Lazard and Rose Capdevila investigate if their popularity isn’t completely negative.

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The results of psychological research exploring the relationship between selfies and self-esteem are mixed.

Some studies have found links between selfie posting and lower self-esteem,

however others have reported a relationship with higher self-esteem. Still other research has found no link at all.

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