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Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. - CyberPsychology & Behavior - 9(5):584. To cite this article:Dr. Patti M. Valkenburg, Jochen Peter, and Alexander P. Schouten. CyberPsychology & Behavior. October 2006, 9(5): 584-590. doi:10.1089/cpb.2006.9.584. This paper was cited by: Effects of loneliness and differential usage of Facebook on college adjustment of first-year students Donghee Yvette Wohn, Robert LaRose CrossRef An experimental investigation of the influence of agentic and communal Facebook use on grandiose narcissism Robert S.

Online communication, social media and adolescent wellbeing: A systematic narrative review Paul Best, Roger Manktelow, Brian Taylor CrossRef Blinded by the light: Illuminating the dark side of social network use through content analysis Ashleigh K. Internet use and verbal aggression: The moderating role of parents and peers Markus Appel, Barbara Stiglbauer, Bernad Batinic, Peter Holtz CrossRef Gravitating towards Facebook (GoToFB): What it is? Adel M. Joseph E. Facebook Use by Persons with Disabilities. A study of Correlation Between Interaction Anxiety and Internet. Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. - CyberPsychology & Behavior - 12(4):451. To cite this article:Junghyun Kim, Robert LaRose, and Wei Peng.

Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. - CyberPsychology & Behavior - 12(4):451

CyberPsychology & Behavior. August 2009, 12(4): 451-455. doi:10.1089/cpb.2008.0327. Published in Volume: 12 Issue 4: July 25, 2009 Online Ahead of Print: June 10, 2009 This paper was cited by: Effects of loneliness and differential usage of Facebook on college adjustment of first-year students Donghee Yvette Wohn, Robert LaRose CrossRef A longitudinal study of the association between Compulsive Internet use and wellbeing Linda D. Exploring the effects of demographic factors, Internet usage and personality traits on Internet addiction in a sample of Italian university students Rocco Servidio CrossRef The Impact of Shyness on Problematic Internet Use: The Role of Loneliness Vivien S.

Loneliness and Shyness in Adolescent Problematic Internet Users: The Role of Social Anxiety Vivien S. Online support groups for mental health: A space for challenging self-stigma or a means of social avoidance? Aideen Lawlor, Jurek Kirakowski CrossRef. Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. - CyberPsychology & Behavior - 10(2):234. To cite this article:Dr.

Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. - CyberPsychology & Behavior - 10(2):234

Scott E. Caplan. Machines that become us: the social ... Computers in Human Behavior : Social anxiety and technology: Fac. Abstract This study examined teens’ use of socially interactive technologies (SITs), such as online social sites, cell phones/text messaging, and instant messaging (IM), and the role that social anxiety plays on how teens communicate with others (technologically or face-to-face).

Computers in Human Behavior : Social anxiety and technology: Fac

Participants included 280 high school students from a large western city. On average, 35–40% of teens reported using cell phones/text messaging and online social sites between 1 and 4 h daily, 24% reported using IMs 1–4 h daily and only 8% reported using email between 1 and 4 h daily. Social anxiety and technology. This study examined teens' use of socially interactive technologies (SITs), such as online social sites, cell phones/text messaging, and instant messaging (IM), and the role that social anxiety plays on how teens communicate with others (technologically or face-to-face).

Participants included 280 high school students from a large western city. On average, 35-40% of teens reported using cell phones/text messaging and online social sites between 1 and 4h daily, 24% reported using IMs 1-4h daily and only 8% reported using email between 1 and 4h daily. Females tended to use cell phones/text messaging and online social sites more so than did males. The social net: understanding human ...

Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. - CyberPsychology & Behavior - 8(1):15. To cite this article:Shao-Kang Lo, Chih-Chien Wang, and Wenchang Fang.

Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. - CyberPsychology & Behavior - 8(1):15

CyberPsychology & Behavior. February 2005, 8(1): 15-20. doi:10.1089/cpb.2005.8.15. This paper was cited by: Who Plays Games Online? CrossRef The Relationship Between Online Video Game Involvement and Gaming-Related Friendships Among Emotionally Sensitive Individuals MMORPG Escapism Predicts Decreased Well-Being: Examination of Gaming Time, Game Realism Beliefs, and Online Social Support for Offline Problems Exploring the potential of virtual worlds in engaging older people and supporting healthy aging Panote Siriaraya, Chee Siang Ang, Ania Bobrowicz CrossRef Dispelling the myth of the socio-emotionally dissatisfied gamer C.

Unpopular, Overweight, and Socially Inept: Reconsidering the Stereotype of Online Gamers Creating Good Lives Through Computer Games Daniel Johnson Peta Wyeth, Penny Sweetser CrossRef Heterogeneity Within Social Anxiety Disorder Megan E. Problematizing excessive online gaming and its psychological predictors.