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Abstract


Social media craving and the amount of self-disclosure: The mediating role of the dark triad

Objective: In this study, the mediating role of the dark triad (narcissism, machiavellianism and psychopathy) in the relationship between social media craving and self-disclosure was investigated. Method: The present study comprised 296 (178 females and 118 males) university students who have used social media for at least one year and have at least one social media account. The measures used included Social Media Craving Scale, Short Dark Triad Scale, Self-Disclosure Scale and Personal Information Form. Mediation analysis was performed using Process program. The fourth model was used in the Process program. Results: Narcissism and machiavellianism have a partial mediating effect on the relationship between social media craving and the amount of self-disclosure. However, psychopathy does not have a significant mediating effect on the relationship between social media craving and the amount of self-disclosure. Conclusion: The relationship between social media craving and the amount of self-disclosure can be explained through narcissism and machiavellianism. However, this relationship may not be explained through psychopathy.



Keywords
Social media craving, self-disclosure, dark triad, narcissism, machiavellianism, psychopathy



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