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Fame, Facebook, and Twitter: How attitudes about fame predict frequency and nature of social media use
Psychology of Popular Media Culture
Social media (e.g., Facebook, Twitter) offers the opportunity to both enact and respond to public performances of self, as well as to follow and interact with actual public figures. However, to date, we know little about how users' attitudes about fame intersect with their social media behaviors. The present survey study (Mturk; n ϭ 371) investigated links between fame appeal and participants' Facebook and Twitter use. Fame attitudes were measured via a scale tapping the appeal of Visibilitydoi:10.1037/ppm0000013 fatcat:4i5q6tffcjckrpaxrzlvx7zyhq