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Assessing Mental Comfort Effect in Social Media Interaction

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posted on 2022-07-13, 19:02 authored by Roger ChenRoger Chen

In response to the plethora of the application of social media in health, in particular mental detection, there is a need to deepen our understanding about the association between social media and mental comfort, as well as the role of social capital. The paper aim to fulfil the objective by establishing thee distinguish approaches: taking network perspective, applying population survey, and drawing on ERGM.


Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan


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Chinese Culture University, Taiwan

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