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Journal of Social Psychology Research
With the rise in accessibility of media personae and celebrities through social media sites, parasocial relationships (PSRs) can offer a meaningful alternative for individuals who experience obstacles in forming real-life relationships. Existing research suggests that PSRs are multidimensional. Building on this, we considered how social media and social anxiety factors relate to the dimensions of PSRs. We examine whether social media engagement, social media addiction, and social interactiondoi:10.37256/jspr.1220221496 fatcat:2dx2kbnv6jbdrnhgrjh5hd2v5a