What We Want Doesn’t Always Make Us Happy

February 10, 2020

But Allcott et al. also found that the people who deactivated Facebook as part of the experiment were happier afterward, reporting higher levels of life satisfaction and lower levels of depression and anxiety. The change was modest but significant — equal to about 25 to 40 percent of the beneficial effect typically reported for psychotherapy.What We Want Doesn’t Always Make Us Happy

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