Subjective well-being and social media use: Do personality traits moderate the impact of social comparison on Facebook?

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Gerson, J. ; Plagnol, A. ; Corr, P. J. (2016)

The purpose of the study was to explore whether personality traits moderate the association between social comparison on Facebook and subjective well-being, measured as both life satisfaction and eudaimonic well-being. Data were collected via an online questionnaire whi... View more
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