“Their Page Is Still Up”: The Self-Reported Influence of Social Media on Coping with the Loss of a Loved One

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Introduction: Social Media (SM) use is increasing among U.S. young adults, with 88% reporting SM use. Previous research suggests that the public and interconnected nature of SM may alter the grief process for users in both positive and negative ways. However, this research has been limited by reliance on small and localized samples. Thus, we surveyed a national sample of U.S. young adults about th...

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