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Preference for Online Social Interaction: A Theory of Problematic Internet Use and Psychosocial Well-Being

Scott E. Caplan ...see all

Communication Research, vol. 30, issue 6 (2003) pp. 625-648

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Abstract

Found that self-reported psychosocial health predicted levels of online
social interaction, which in turn predicted negative outcomes associated
with internet use. Central claim is that preference for online social
interaction leads to negative consequences.

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  • Scott E. Caplan

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