Social Media’s Enduring Effect on Adolescent Life Satisfaction: Code

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While the concerns about adolescent social media use and its effect on life satisfaction are rising, scientific evidence in the area is still surprisingly sparse: with most studies being purely cross-sectional and unable to dissociate between-person associations and individual longitudinal relations. While comparisons of different people simultaneously are inherently different from examinations of...


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