Previous Slide Next Slide Now Available on AMAZON The number of Facebook users worldwide exceeded one billion in August of 2012. With the increase in Facebook users, psychologists have seen an alarming increase in...


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How Many Friends Does A Friend-Whore Make?
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If It’s On My Facebook Wall, It Happened, Right?
We love talking about ourselves. In fact, research shows that talking about ourselves triggers the same parts of our brains as when we’re eating or having sex. The need toshare aspects of ourselves in’t so …
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Clinical Psychologist, Writer & Public Speaker
Dr. Suzana E. Flores is a licensed clinical psychologist with over ten years experience. She has interviewed Facebook users of all ages for three years exploring the positive and negative features of Facebook and evaluating the effect it has on our lives. A social-media expert and commentator, Dr. Flores is sought after as a speaker and author on national and international newscasts, podcasts, radio shows.
Dr. Flores holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University and a Master in Counseling Psychology from Loyola University Chicago. Before working in private practice, she served as Lead Clinician at Carolinas Healthcare System, the Director of Counseling at The Illinois Institute of Art, and as Adjunct Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.