Attachment style moderates the relationship between social media use and user mental health and wellbeing

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Description: This project explored how attachment style moderates the relationship between social media use and user mental health and wellbeing.

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Background: Past research has linked social media use with a variety of mental health outcomes – both positive and negative. The current study aims to explore two possible moderators of the link between social media use and mental health outcomes; specifically the effects of having an anxious and/or avoidant attachment style. Method; A crosssectional correlational design was implemented. Participa...

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