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Preference for online social interaction: A theory of problematic Internet use and psychosocial well-being

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Communication Research (2003)

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Page 6. know ”(p.28).The argument advanced here is that individuals who are lonely and depressed are more likely than psychosocially healthier people to develop a preference for interaction. Preference

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