Psychosocial Predictors of Students’ Use of Social Networking Sites: The Role of Culture, Self-Construals, Psychological Well-Being and Personality

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Lee, Soon;
(2017)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4225/03/599e5970a4192
  • Subject: self-construals | Clinical Psychology | Social and Community Psychology | obsessive-compulsive disorder | the dark triad | psychological well-being | Personality, Abilities and Assessment | ocd | personality | Psychology not elsewhere classified | the big five personality | depression | social networking sites | cross-cultural comparisons
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The thesis aimed to examine the significance of psychosocial factors (culture, self-construal, psychological well-being, and personality) in predicting SNS usages. Three quantitative studies were conducted. The first study identified cross-cultural differences in SNS us... View more
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