Social anxiety, attributes of online communication and self-disclosure across private and public Facebook communication

@article{Green2016SocialAA,
  title={Social anxiety, attributes of online communication and self-disclosure across private and public Facebook communication},
  author={Tom Green and Tiril Wilhelmsen and Eva Wilmots and Beth Dodd and Sally Quinn},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={58},
  pages={206-213}
}
This study expands on the ‘internet-attribute-perception’ model that explains how online attributes (i.e. reduced cues and controllability) and the disinhibition effect mediate the relationship between personal characteristics and online self-disclosure. The current study tested this model for two distinct modes of Facebook communication: private and public, focussing on the personal characteristic of social anxiety. Using path analysis on a sample of 306 participants (Mean age 1⁄4 20.52 years… CONTINUE READING
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