One thing that a cyberpsychologist might be interested in investigating is how using social networking sites influences our behaviour.
That you can have higher self-esteem on a regular basis. And I don’t think we know that that’s actually the case or that that’s true. And we also don’t have consistent evidence showing that having high self-esteem all the time Read More …
We know that some people have a tendency to compare themselves more readily to others than other individuals might. So if you”re the type of person who makes particularly upward social comparisons
Appearance becomes most valued and most important. So they’re viewing themselves more from this objectified third-person perspective as an observer views them instead of from a first-person perspective.
Steinfeld”s social capital study which suggests that engaging in social media can have a positive impact on someone self-concepts. In terms of the long-term impacts
They’re more detached from their internal sensations and how they feel inside. They’re less aware of how tired they are
Partly because of this anchored reality. But also partly because for most people it”s an important part of their social life. It”s a way that they can interact with individuals that are meaningful to them
This makes women more vulnerable to these specific mental health risks.
like nervousness or embarrassment. You might turn red.
And all of the mediating mechanisms that are linking self-objectification to this particular outcome. There’s lots going on here that we still need to understand.