Active and passive facebook use and social anxiety

 

1. Pearson Correlation results for Active Facebook Users (PAUM score > 33) and social anxiety (SIAS) 2. Pearson Correlation results for Passive Facebook Users (PAUM score <32) 3. Regression analysis between PAUM and SIAS including degrees of freedom and adjusted R square report in the form of e.g. When predicting quality of life, our model yielded no main effect of social anxiety (? = ?.14; t = ?.95; p = .346) or IUQ-Pos (? = ?.02; t = ?.17; p = .870), but a marginally significant interaction (? = ?.25; t = ?1.71; p = .094; F(1, 50) = 2.92; adjusted R2? = .054). x=8774.01, df=780, p<.001 4. Crocbach alpha for regression * For PAUM scale, passive activity such as viewing people’s profiles (items 4,8,11,13) are reverse scored (1=5, 2=4, 3=3). The scores then are computed with scores of the active items. *For SIAS Items 5,9,11 are reversely scored