"You look great!": The effect of viewing appearance-related Instagram comments on women's body image.

@article{Tiggemann2018YouLG,
  title={"You look great!": The effect of viewing appearance-related Instagram comments on women's body image.},
  author={Marika Tiggemann and Isabella Barbato},
  journal={Body image},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={
          61-66
        }
}

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