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||to address this gap, we developed the attitudes toward social comparison inventory (asci) drawing on existing scales that tap into metacognitive beliefs about worrying, self-motives, beliefs about emotions, and the general comparative-processing model.
| Hyunji Kim, Richard Schlicht, Marlit Schardt, Arnd Florac. The contributions of social comparison to social network site addiction. PloS one. vol 16. issue 10. 2021-11-26. PMID:34710108.
||in study 2, using a broad sample of participants in austria (n = 500), we replicated the findings observed in study 1 and showed that contrastive upward social comparison emotions (i.e., envy, depression) mediated the relation between sns addiction and lower self-esteem whereas the contrastive downward social comparison emotion (i.e., contentment) mediated the relation between sns addiction and higher self-esteem.
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||social media (sm) can create a climate of social comparison and preoccupation with appearance, which can pose risks for emotional problems, such as depression and social anxiety.
| M Carmen Terol Cantero, Abraham P Buunk, Victor Cabrera, Miguel Bernab\\xc3\\xa9, Maite Martin-Arag\\xc3\\xb3n Gelaber. Profiles of Women With Fibromyalgia and Social Comparison Processes. Frontiers in psychology. vol 11. 2020-09-28. PMID:32231628.
||due to uncertainty regarding chronic pain in fibromyalgia (fm) patients, there has been a growing interest in social comparison and its influence on emotional responses.
| Jonathan Dvash, Gadi Gilam, Aharon Ben-Ze'ev, Talma Hendler, Simone G Shamay-Tsoor. The envious brain: the neural basis of social comparison. Human brain mapping. vol 31. issue 11. 2011-01-28. PMID:20205244.
||we suggest that the ventral striatum plays a role in mediating the emotional consequences of social comparison.