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Behav. Sci., Volume 9, Issue 2 (February 2019) – 10 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Hussain et al. (2019) made use of innovative eye-tracking methodology to explore the relationship [...] Read more. Hussain et al. (2019) made use of innovative eye-tracking methodology to explore the relationship between individual differences in personality, mental well-being, SNS usage, and the focus of Facebook users’ visual attention. Results revealed a negative correlation between openness to experience and inspection times for the updates areas of interest (AOI) and an unexpected negative relationship between extraversion and inspection times for social AOI. There were correlations between changes in depression score and inspection of updates AOI, with reduced depression scores associated with increased inspection of updates. Finally, the self-reported duration of participants’ typical Facebook sessions was associated with increased Facebook addiction scores and greater increases in depression scores. These findings may help with the development of health interventions. View this paper