FB Consumption, Number of FB Friends, and Avoidant and Anxious Attachment Styles of Young People as Predictors of FB Relationship Satisfaction

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Jonathan De La Cerna

Abstract

The topic of online relationship satisfaction is a new area of interest in Psychology.
With limited works exploring this topic, the current study aimed to test the predictive
influence of FB Use, Perceived Number of Friends, and Attachment Styles on FB
relationship satisfaction. Drawing data from a local University FB study, the current
research found that only accessibility to FB, avoidant, and anxious attachment styles
predicted FB relationship satisfaction. However, these three predictors were weakly
related to FB relationship satisfaction.

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