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  • Influence
Looking at, looking up or keeping up with people?: motives and use of facebook
  • A. Joinson
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • CHI
  • 6 April 2008
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This paper investigates the uses of social networking site Facebook, and the gratifications users derive from those uses. Expand
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Self‐disclosure in computer‐mediated communication: The role of self‐awareness and visual anonymity
Three studies examined the notion that computer-mediated communication (CMC) can be characterised by high levels of self-disclosure. In Study One, significantly higher levels of spontaneousExpand
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Understanding the Psychology of Internet Behaviour: Virtual Worlds, Real Lives
From the Publisher: The Internet is transforming business, education, perhaps even ourselves. In this timely text Adam Joinson provides a clear, engaging and lively summary of the psychology of theExpand
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Social desirability, anonymity, and internet-based questionnaires
  • A. Joinson
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Behavior research methods, instruments…
  • 1 September 1999
It has been argued that behavior on the Internet differs from similar behavior in the “real world” (Joinson, 1998a). In the present study, participants completed measures of self-consciousness,Expand
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"What do they snapchat about?" Patterns of use in time-limited instant messaging service
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We report an online survey conducted with the use of a memory sampling method to enquire about the specific details of the very last image sent and received via Snapchat. Expand
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The Rise of Consumer Health Wearables: Promises and Barriers
Lukasz Piwek and colleagues consider whether wearable technology can become a valuable asset for health care.
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Privacy, Trust, and Self-Disclosure Online
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Privacy and trust at a situational level interact such that high trust compensates for low privacy, and vice versa. Expand
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Development of measures of online privacy concern and protection for use on the Internet
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We develop and validate three short Internet-administered scales measuring privacy-related attitudes (Privacy Concern, General Caution and Technical Protection), and present them for use in online privacy research. Expand
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Internet users' perceptions of 'privacy concerns' and 'privacy actions'
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A Dynamic Interviewing Programme (DIP) was employed in order to survey users of an instant messaging ICQ ('I seek you') client using both closed and open question formats. Expand
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Development of measures of online privacy concern and protection for use on the Internet
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We describe the development and validation of three short Internet-administered scales measuring privacy related attitudes ('Privacy Concern') and behaviors ('General Caution' and 'Technical Protection'). Expand
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