The effects of Social Networking Site (SNS) use on college students' friendship and well-being
Computers in Human Behavior, pp. 229-236, 2014.
Social Networking Sites (SNSs)Subjective well-beingOnline self-disclosureFriendship quality
The present study was conducted with two goals in mind: (1) to examine the influence of using different types of SNS use on users’ well-being, and (2) to examine the mediating roles of online self-disclosure and friendship quality in the relationship between types of SNS use and well-being. Participants were from two large 4-year undergra...More
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