Histrionic Personality, Narcissistic Personality, and Problematic Social Media Use: Testing of a New Hypothetical Model

@article{Savci2019HistrionicPN,
  title={Histrionic Personality, Narcissistic Personality, and Problematic Social Media Use: Testing of a New Hypothetical Model},
  author={Mustafa Savci and Mehmet Emin Turan and Mark D. Griffiths and Mustafa Ercengiz},
  journal={International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction},
  year={2019},
  volume={19},
  pages={986 - 1004}
}
In the present study, a hypothetical model examining the relationships between histrionic personality belief, need for social approval, desire for being liked, social media disorder, and narcissistic personality belief was proposed and tested. The effect of histrionic personality belief on the need for social approval and desire for being liked was tested first. Then the effect of the need for social approval and desire for being liked on social media addiction were tested. Finally, the effect… 
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