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Researchers have found that comments left by users on Facebook profile pictures strongly affect the level of perceived attractiveness of the profile owner physically, socially, and professionally.... ...
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Facebook Can Serve as Personality Test : DNews

Facebook Can Serve as Personality Test : DNews | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Turns out you can get "within 10 percent of a person's personality score by looking at Facebook" #psychology http://t.co/PXMrfZrBSX
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Facebook's Effect On Psychology And Personality | Loyola Digital ...

Facebook's Effect On Psychology And Personality | Loyola Digital ... | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Social media is not only transforming the way we communicate with each other but it is also transcending aspects such as human psychology. What we post online, what we like on Facebook, and the pictures we are being ...
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Psychology of Sharing: 20+ Facts about Social Sharing

Psychology of Sharing: 20+ Facts about Social Sharing | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Anyone who does a study that can give insight inside the reasons why people do the things they do online has my attention.
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You aren't imagining it: Your friends on Facebook are doing way better than you - The Week Magazine

You aren't imagining it: Your friends on Facebook are doing way better than you - The Week Magazine | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
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You aren't imagining it: Your friends on Facebook are doing way better than you
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Hence the seeming paradox that your friends have more friends than you do. [Psychology Today].
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Study: Despite social media, most people have only a handful of close friends - The Malay Mail Online

Study: Despite social media, most people have only a handful of close friends - The Malay Mail Online | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
The Malay Mail Online Study: Despite social media, most people have only a handful of close friends The Malay Mail Online Despite the flurry of posts and photos on Facebook and Twitter, the researchers found that people maintain the same number of...
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Facebook is Like High School | Psychology Today

Why Our Favorite Social Media Venue Stresses Us Out By Dr. Tamara McClintock Greenberg, Psy.D....
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How men and women talk differently on Facebook - Sin Chew Jit Poh

How men and women talk differently on Facebook - Sin Chew Jit Poh | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Sin Chew Jit Poh How men and women talk differently on Facebook Sin Chew Jit Poh Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania's Positive Psychology Center looked at the status updates of some 75,000 US men and women, searching for which words...
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Single women should ditch Facebook - expert - New Zealand Herald

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Daily Mail Single women should ditch Facebook - expert New Zealand Herald "There's plenty of psychology that supports taking a break from social media." On a more positive note, The Joy of Sex rewriter Susan Quilliam told the same conference modern...
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Scientists look to Facebook to understand language, personality - GMA News

Scientists look to Facebook to understand language, personality - GMA News | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Scientists look to Facebook to understand language, personality
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'What's it like to be schizophrenic or neurotic?' or 'What's it like to be 70 years old?
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Basic human needs: food, shelter...Facebook? - UPI.com (blog)

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Basic human needs: food, shelter...Facebook?
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Facebook data used to predict users' age, gender and personality traits - Science Daily (press release)

Facebook data used to predict users' age, gender and personality traits - Science Daily (press release) | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Daily Mail Facebook data used to predict users' age, gender and personality traits Science Daily (press release) With this in mind, an interdisciplinary group of University of Pennsylvania researchers is interested in whether a computational...
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STUDY: Privacy Concerns Are The Top Reason Why People Quit Facebook - AllFacebook

STUDY: Privacy Concerns Are The Top Reason Why People Quit Facebook - AllFacebook | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
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The University of Vienna study found that Facebook users who left the social network tended to be older and male, and Psychology Prof.
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Facebook is No Friend to Mental Health - Brain Blogger (blog)

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Facebook is No Friend to Mental Health
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When social networking is not working: individuals with low self-esteem recognize but do not reap the benefits of self-disclosure on Facebook.
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Employers who Facebook stalk could be missing out on the best employees - The Independent

Employers who Facebook stalk could be missing out on the best employees - The Independent | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
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Employers who Facebook stalk could be missing out on the best employees
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The study also found that employees may be damaging their reputation by Facebook 'stalking'.
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UC Berkeley psychologists tackle spats over disliked Facebook posts

UC Berkeley psychologists tackle spats over disliked Facebook posts | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
From Mumbai to Menlo Park, Facebook is swamped with complaints about “inappropriate” posts, each of which must be manually reviewed by an employee. Yet rather than take down the offending content, the social network ...
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The Psychology of Photos on Facebook | FastSprout

The Psychology of Photos on Facebook | FastSprout | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Our latest blog post helps you understand the psychology of photos on Facebook! http://t.co/etoJxE5Go6 http://t.co/yzlqNm0XV5
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Facebook Completely Useless for Screening Job Applicants Study Says - Guardian Liberty Voice

Facebook Completely Useless for Screening Job Applicants Study Says - Guardian Liberty Voice | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Guardian Liberty Voice Facebook Completely Useless for Screening Job Applicants Study Says Guardian Liberty Voice However, since Zuckerberg has zero credentials in human psychology and has been said to have “a touch of the Aspergers” by a...
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Facebook Selfies and Romantic Relationships | Psychology Today

How you present your self on Facebook affects your romantic relationship By Theresa DiDonato, Ph.D. ...
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Facebook Usage and Easy Acceptance of Racism | Psychology Today

High frequency Facebook users may be more accepting of racist content online By Scott A. McGreal, MSc....
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Randi Zuckerberg discusses the hazards of social media - New York Daily News

Randi Zuckerberg discusses the hazards of social media - New York Daily News | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
New York Daily News Randi Zuckerberg discusses the hazards of social media New York Daily News After graduating from Harvard with a major in psychology, she served as a production assistant on the show “Forbes on Fox” until her little brother asked...
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The Psychology Behind a Successful Facebook Ad Part 1: Color - Business 2 Community

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The Psychology Behind a Successful Facebook Ad Part 1: Color
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Does it matter which color your business logo is? Is there actually going to be an effect if your advertising campaign employs blue and silver vs.
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What your Facebook updates say about your age - The Week Magazine

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What your Facebook updates say about your age
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A recent study by H.
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Some Facebook Hating May Be Good for Your Mental Health ...

Some Facebook Hating May Be Good for Your Mental Health ... | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
It's okay to indulge in Facebook hate reading, at least once in a while. By Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D....
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Living without Facebook - Diamondback Online

Living without Facebook - Diamondback Online | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Living without Facebook
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Other factors may be at work when someone feels dissatisfied by a Facebook experience, psychology lecturer Ryan Curtis said.
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Everybody's Life Is Better Than Mine…on Facebook | Psychology ...

Everybody's Life Is Better Than Mine…on Facebook | Psychology ... | Psychology of Facebook | Scoop.it
Social comparison on social networking sites is likely to lead to unhappiness. By Jesse Fox, Ph.D....
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