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Title:
Different types of Internet use, depression, and social anxiety: The role of perceived friendship quality
Year:
2009
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Details:
Journal of Adolescence 32 (4) pg 819-833
Abstract:
Objective: To investigate longitudinal effects of Internet use (for communication and non-communication purposes) on internalizing problems (depression and social anxiety) in adolescence; to examine the moderating role of perceived friendship quality in these associations. Design: Longitudinal, survey (administered with a 1 yeacontinued
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Age Group:
Adolescence (13-17 yrs)
Study Design:
Correlational Study, Longitudinal Study
Source of Funding:
Source of Funding Not Stated in Paper
 
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