Ads may spur unhappy kids to embrace materialism

NEW YORK, Aug 22:    Unhappy kids who watch a lot of TV ads may come to believe that material possessions are the key to feeling better, new research hints. A number of studies in adults have suggested that unhappiness and materialism can create a vicious circle: People who are dissatisfied with their lives may think material possessions will make them happy; and when that fails, they become even more discontent. (agencies)

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