Mashable wants to learn more about how time spent online has affected the well-being of teenagers. We may use any written, anonymous responses in our editorial coverage. If you include an email address in your response, we may contact you to hear more about your personal experience.

We welcome responses from those who are between the ages of 14 and 22. Due to privacy law, we cannot collect responses from those who are 13 or younger. Therefore, if you are 13 or younger, you may not complete the following survey.

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* 1. How old are you?

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* 2. As a teenager, how much time do/did you spend using digital media and entertainment (streaming, gaming, social media, tutorials, etc.) excluding schoolwork every day?

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* 3. Do you think spending time online affects your emotional well-being or mental health?

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* 4. In a few sentences, describe what you're doing when you feel most happy online.

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* 5. Check all the things that you feel/experience when you're happy online.

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* 6. When you felt unhappy after spending time online, what would you say was the main reason? *

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* 7. What's your first name? (optional)

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* 8. What's your email address? (optional)

* If you are struggling with bullying, mental health, or ever feel you need someone to talk with, reach out to a parent, a friend, a school counselor, or an adult you trust, or contact a helpline like the Crisis Text Line by texting: 741741 (US); 686868 (Canada).

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