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Mobile social networking sites (SNS) have become one of the most popular means of online social interactions. However, that excessive and uncontrolled SNS use may have negative consequences. Recent statistics show that use of mobile SNS can be addictive for some individuals, which can lead to some significant behavioural or psychological problems. This study has extended the dual-process continuance model by examining the impact of users' levels of addiction as important factors that influencedoi:10.17559/tv-20190315145418 fatcat:yggnmtpsgvbobgqjtfn2vbzdfa