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Facebook Intrusion as a Mediator Between Positive Capital and General Distress: A Cross-Cultural Study. / Przepiorka, Aneta M.; Blachnio, Agata P. ; Sullman , Mark J.M. ; Gorbaniuk, Oleg ; Yat-Fan Siu, Nicolson ; Hill, Tetiana; Gras, Maria-Eugenia ; Kagialis, Antonios ; Lisun, Yanina ; Díaz-Peñaloza, Maité ; Manrique-Millones, Denisse ; Nikiforou, Militsa ; Evtina, Galina S. ; Taylor, Joanne E. ; Tekes, Burcu ; Šeibokaite, Laura; Wundersitz, Lisa ; Calvo, Fran ; Font-Mayolas, Sílvia .

In: Frontiers in Psychiatry, Vol. 12, No. June 2021, 667536, 17.06.2021.

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Przepiorka, AM, Blachnio, AP, Sullman , MJM, Gorbaniuk, O, Yat-Fan Siu, N, Hill, T, Gras, M-E, Kagialis, A, Lisun, Y, Díaz-Peñaloza, M, Manrique-Millones, D, Nikiforou, M, Evtina, GS, Taylor, JE, Tekes, B, Šeibokaite, L, Wundersitz, L, Calvo, F & Font-Mayolas, S 2021, 'Facebook Intrusion as a Mediator Between Positive Capital and General Distress: A Cross-Cultural Study', Frontiers in Psychiatry, vol. 12, no. June 2021, 667536. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.667536

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Przepiorka, A. M., Blachnio, A. P., Sullman , M. J. M., Gorbaniuk, O., Yat-Fan Siu, N., Hill, T., Gras, M-E., Kagialis, A., Lisun, Y., Díaz-Peñaloza, M., Manrique-Millones, D., Nikiforou, M., Evtina, G. S., Taylor, J. E., Tekes, B., Šeibokaite, L., Wundersitz, L., Calvo, F., & Font-Mayolas, S. (2021). Facebook Intrusion as a Mediator Between Positive Capital and General Distress: A Cross-Cultural Study. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12(June 2021), [667536]. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.667536

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Przepiorka, Aneta M. ; Blachnio, Agata P. ; Sullman , Mark J.M. ; Gorbaniuk, Oleg ; Yat-Fan Siu, Nicolson ; Hill, Tetiana ; Gras, Maria-Eugenia ; Kagialis, Antonios ; Lisun, Yanina ; Díaz-Peñaloza, Maité ; Manrique-Millones, Denisse ; Nikiforou, Militsa ; Evtina, Galina S. ; Taylor, Joanne E. ; Tekes, Burcu ; Šeibokaite, Laura ; Wundersitz, Lisa ; Calvo, Fran ; Font-Mayolas, Sílvia . / Facebook Intrusion as a Mediator Between Positive Capital and General Distress: A Cross-Cultural Study. In: Frontiers in Psychiatry. 2021 ; Vol. 12, No. June 2021.

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title = "Facebook Intrusion as a Mediator Between Positive Capital and General Distress: A Cross-Cultural Study",
abstract = "Background: Social networking sites (SNSs) play an important role in many aspects of life nowadays, and it seems to be crucial to explore their impact on human well-being and functioning. The main aim of the study was to examine the mediating role of Facebook intrusion between positive capital and general distress. Positive capital was considered as comprising self-esteem, ego-resiliency, and self-control, while general distress was seen as having three dimensions: depression, anxiety, and stress.Methods: The sample consisted of N = 4,495 participants (M = 22.96 years, SD = 5.46) from 14 countries: Australia, Cyprus, Greece, Hong Kong, Lithuania, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, Russia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and United States. We used the following methods: the Facebook Intrusion Questionnaire (FIQ), the Self-Esteem Scale (SES), the Brief Self-Control Scale (SCS), The Ego Resiliency Revised Scale and the Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Scale-21 (DASS-21).Results: We found that Facebook intrusion was a mediator between self-esteem and general distress and between self-control and general distress.Limitations: The present study was based on a cross-sectional study, and the measures used were self-report measures. The majority of the participants were recruited using convenience sampling.Conclusions: The present findings contribute to a better understanding on how the social media have impact on individual mental health. Implications for future studies are discussed.",
author = "Przepiorka, {Aneta M.} and Blachnio, {Agata P.} and Sullman, {Mark J.M.} and Oleg Gorbaniuk and {Yat-Fan Siu}, Nicolson and Tetiana Hill and Maria-Eugenia Gras and Antonios Kagialis and Yanina Lisun and Mait{\'e} D{\'i}az-Pe{\~n}aloza and Denisse Manrique-Millones and Militsa Nikiforou and Evtina, {Galina S.} and Taylor, {Joanne E.} and Burcu Tekes and Laura {\v S}eibokaite and Lisa Wundersitz and Fran Calvo and S{\'i}lvia Font-Mayolas",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Facebook Intrusion as a Mediator Between Positive Capital and General Distress: A Cross-Cultural Study

AU - Przepiorka, Aneta M.

AU - Blachnio, Agata P.

AU - Sullman , Mark J.M.

AU - Gorbaniuk, Oleg

AU - Yat-Fan Siu, Nicolson

AU - Hill, Tetiana

AU - Gras, Maria-Eugenia

AU - Kagialis, Antonios

AU - Lisun, Yanina

AU - Díaz-Peñaloza, Maité

AU - Manrique-Millones, Denisse

AU - Nikiforou, Militsa

AU - Evtina, Galina S.

AU - Taylor, Joanne E.

AU - Tekes, Burcu

AU - Šeibokaite, Laura

AU - Wundersitz, Lisa

AU - Calvo, Fran

AU - Font-Mayolas, Sílvia

N1 - © 2021 Przepiórka, Błachnio, Sullman, Gorbaniuk, Siu, Hill, Gras, Kagialis, Lisun, Díaz-Peñaloza, Manrique-Millones, Nikiforou, Evtina, Taylor, Tekes, Šeibokaite, Wundersitz, Calvo and Font-Mayolas. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

PY - 2021/6/17

Y1 - 2021/6/17

N2 - Background: Social networking sites (SNSs) play an important role in many aspects of life nowadays, and it seems to be crucial to explore their impact on human well-being and functioning. The main aim of the study was to examine the mediating role of Facebook intrusion between positive capital and general distress. Positive capital was considered as comprising self-esteem, ego-resiliency, and self-control, while general distress was seen as having three dimensions: depression, anxiety, and stress.Methods: The sample consisted of N = 4,495 participants (M = 22.96 years, SD = 5.46) from 14 countries: Australia, Cyprus, Greece, Hong Kong, Lithuania, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, Russia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and United States. We used the following methods: the Facebook Intrusion Questionnaire (FIQ), the Self-Esteem Scale (SES), the Brief Self-Control Scale (SCS), The Ego Resiliency Revised Scale and the Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Scale-21 (DASS-21).Results: We found that Facebook intrusion was a mediator between self-esteem and general distress and between self-control and general distress.Limitations: The present study was based on a cross-sectional study, and the measures used were self-report measures. The majority of the participants were recruited using convenience sampling.Conclusions: The present findings contribute to a better understanding on how the social media have impact on individual mental health. Implications for future studies are discussed.

AB - Background: Social networking sites (SNSs) play an important role in many aspects of life nowadays, and it seems to be crucial to explore their impact on human well-being and functioning. The main aim of the study was to examine the mediating role of Facebook intrusion between positive capital and general distress. Positive capital was considered as comprising self-esteem, ego-resiliency, and self-control, while general distress was seen as having three dimensions: depression, anxiety, and stress.Methods: The sample consisted of N = 4,495 participants (M = 22.96 years, SD = 5.46) from 14 countries: Australia, Cyprus, Greece, Hong Kong, Lithuania, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, Russia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and United States. We used the following methods: the Facebook Intrusion Questionnaire (FIQ), the Self-Esteem Scale (SES), the Brief Self-Control Scale (SCS), The Ego Resiliency Revised Scale and the Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Scale-21 (DASS-21).Results: We found that Facebook intrusion was a mediator between self-esteem and general distress and between self-control and general distress.Limitations: The present study was based on a cross-sectional study, and the measures used were self-report measures. The majority of the participants were recruited using convenience sampling.Conclusions: The present findings contribute to a better understanding on how the social media have impact on individual mental health. Implications for future studies are discussed.

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DO - 10.3389/fpsyt.2021.667536

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VL - 12

JO - Frontiers in Psychiatry

JF - Frontiers in Psychiatry

SN - 1664-0640

IS - June 2021

M1 - 667536

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