Critics argue that while a bevy of new data is available at researchers' fingertips thanks to the internet and social media, the samples really only come from people belonging to an affluent economic bracket who can afford things like smartphones, iPads, and a computers. Not to mention, their average user age skews young. Plus, on a basic communication level, the software designed to analyze the samples in this study is only fluent in English and it also doesn’t speak human sarcasm. For instance, what if the computer reads “:P?”
But while the study might not be proof, it does bring some welcomed good news as we head into these colder months. Supposedly, even as the weather takes a turn for the worse, our moods won’t. We’re all overall just as happy in the summer as we are in the winter—probably because we have Twitter to amuse us when we’re stuck indoors.
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