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Buffardi, L.E. and Campbell, W.K. (2008) Narcissism and Social Networking Sites. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34, 1303-1314. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0146167208320061

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  • TITLE: Facebook and Diagnosis of Depression: A Mixed Methods Study

    AUTHORS: Jason L. Skues, Robert F. Banagan, Lisa Z. Wise

    KEYWORDS: Assessment, Depression, Facebook, Mediated Communication, Mixed-Methods

    JOURNAL NAME: Social Networking, Vol.3 No.4, July 29, 2014

    ABSTRACT: A mixed-methods research design was employed to investigate the association between depression and Facebook use. An online questionnaire was completed by 135 participants from a medium-sized Australian university. Follow-up semi-structured interviews were conducted with 4 of 10 participants who volunteered to be interviewed. Although 25% of students were identified as at-risk for depression, quantitative analyses revealed no significant differences in Facebook use for at-risk versus not at-risk participants. None of the 5 at-risk students who volunteered to be interviewed actually responded to repeated attempts to make an interview time, whereas 4/5 not-at-risk students were interviewed. Notably, discrepancies in Facebook use reported in self- report questionnaire and interview data were revealed, which have implications for researchers when interpreting self-report Facebook usage data.