This is a good thread @Well-beingPsych Evidence based interventions are few and far between at the moment, as any good research will take years to complete. There is Sarah Domoff from Central Michigan Uni who started research into this in 2017. I haven't seen any published results but haven't really looked either. Another resource I use a lot is Commonsense Media. I sign in under a parent and educator profile to access the different resources. Apparently we parents can't comprehend as much :) This doesn't answer your question so much but I do use the Commonsense one research what my children are using and some of the apps out there that can help with media use. Both American resources sadly. Unfortunately, most of the interventions strategies out there seemed to be based on other addictions at the moment so it would be great to see what others come up with.
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