Personality and Patterns of Facebook Usage

@inproceedings{Sharma2016PersonalityAP,
  title={Personality and Patterns of Facebook Usage},
  author={Anita Sharma and Isha Jaswal},
  year={2016}
}
The gamut of the present study was to explore the relationship of Big Five with facebook usage among 200 students of Himachal Pradesh University (H.P.U) within the age range of 21-30 years with equal number of males and females. Data were analyzed in terms of Correlation analysis and Regression analysis. In males, extraversion explained the maximum variance (15%), followed by conscientiousness (5%), in all these variables have explained a variance of 20%. In females, agreeableness has explained… CONTINUE READING

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