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Description: This project contains all publications based on the longitudinal cohort study of Project AWeSome. For an overview of all publications, also see project-awesome.nl/publications

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  • Social Media Use and Friendship Closeness in Adolescents' Daily Lives

    The formation and maintenance of friendship closeness is an important developmental task in adolescence. In order to obtain insight in real-time proce...

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  • Social Media and Self-Esteem

    In the past decade, more than a dozen studies have investigated the associations between social media use and adolescents’ self-esteem, finding weak e...

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  • Social Media and Well-Being: Investigating Person-Specific Effect Patterns

    This study investigated the effects of active private, passive private, and passive public social media use on adolescents’ affective well-being. Inte...

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  • Social Media and Distraction


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  • Self-Reported Measures of Social Media Use Show High Predictive Validity

    Existing research agrees that subjective, self-reported measures of time spent with social media (TSM) show poor convergent validity, because they cor...

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