The interplay between ADHD symptoms and time perspective in addictive social media use: A study on adolescent Facebook users

@article{Settanni2018TheIB,
  title={The interplay between ADHD symptoms and time perspective in addictive social media use: A study on adolescent Facebook users},
  author={Michele Settanni and Davide Marengo and Matteo Angelo Fabris and Claudio Longobardi},
  journal={Children and Youth Services Review},
  year={2018}
}
Literature suggests that ADHD symptoms and time perspective (TP) are factors in promoting the addictive use of social media among adult users, which in turn can impair various areas of individual personal life including work, academic productivity, and mental health. The present study investigates the interplay between ADHD symptoms and TP in promoting addictive Facebook use in a sample of adolescent Facebook users (N = 283, 49.8% female, mean age = 15.28, SD = 1.33). Participants completed the… 
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