Social Network Behaviors, Personality, and Romantic Relationships
Midwestern Psychological Association
This study examines the relationships between social networking behaviors (e.g. positive and negative posts about the relationship) and known personality and romantic relationship variables. Results indicated many of these behaviors are negatively associated with relationship satisfaction and commitment. Furthermore, different personality types engage in similar behaviors, but with different motivations.
Daniel Miller, Michelle Drouin, Gladys Calderon, and Elisa Hernandez (2016).
Social Network Behaviors, Personality, and Romantic Relationships. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.
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