MEDIATOR EFFECTS OF POSITIVE EMOTIONS ON SOCIAL SUPPORT AND DEPRESSION AMONG ADOLESCENTS SUFFERING FROM MOBILE PHONE ADDICTION

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Li, Menglong; Jiang, Xia; Ren, Yujia;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Medicinska naklada
  • Journal: Psychiatria Danubina, volume 29, issue 2 (issn: 0353-5053)
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  • Subject: depression; mobile phone addiction; adolescents; mood disorder; positive emotions; social support
    mesheuropmc: mental disorders

Background: Depression is a common mental disorder that is widely seen among adolescents suffering from mobile phone addiction. While it is well known that both positive emtions in adolescents wiotions and social support can have a positive impact by helping individuals... View more
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