Mutual Friends’ Social Support and Self-Disclosure in Face-to-Face and Instant Messenger Communication

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Description: Trepte, S., Masur, P. & Scharkow, M. (2018). Mutual friends’ social support and self-disclosure in face-to-face and Instant Messenger communication. Journal of Social Psychology, 158(4), 430-445. This project contains the materials associated with the paper "Mutual Friends’ Social Support and Self-Disclosure in Face-to-Face and Instant Messenger Communication". The study is part of a special issue in "The Journal of Social Psychology" entitled "Interpersonal Relationships in the Digital Age" edited by Dr. Brad Okdie and Dr. David Ewoldsen.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


Information about the study Type of study: Longitudinal panel design with three measurement points Sample size: 583 participants who completed all three waves Field period: May 2014 to June 2015 Data: Trepte, Sabine (2020). The Privacy Longitudinal Study. The authors confirm that there is sufficient information for an independent researcher to reproduce all of the re...


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