Associations Between Social Anxiety, Depression, and Use of Mobile Dating Applications

  title={Associations Between Social Anxiety, Depression, and Use of Mobile Dating Applications},
  author={Ariella P. Lenton-Brym and Vincent A. Santiago and Beverley Katherine Fredborg and Martin M. Antony},
  journal={Cyberpsychology, behavior and social networking},
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