A new meta-study finds little evidence sexually charged communications are a precursor to unhealthy behaviors.
Historically, written language has been created to represent spoken language. For the first time, that dynamic is working in the opposite direction.
New research finds a period, or the lack of one, changes the way a text reply is interpreted.
New research from two nations finds university students who text frequently have no problem switching over to formal English.
(The point is the limits of mental multitasking.)
A survey of first-year university students finds a link between heavy texting and poor sleeping.
A look at some current research that merits a raised eyebrow or a painful grin.