This interdisciplinary workgroup is focused on how digital media relates to the general well-being and social development of children and adolescents. The aim of the group is to pool the expertise of scholars, practitioners, and others with key knowledge of this broad problem space. They produce white papers summarizing the state of research on digital life, youth well-being and a cluster of related issues such as intimacy, empathy, and narcissism. The extent to which youth are engaging in self-socialization via media choices and the impacts of these processes are also explored. In addition to producing overviews of research findings in these areas, the white papers identify research gaps and urgent questions for future research, and offer recommendations for improving the media experiences of children and adolescents.