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Measuring the Role of Social Rejection Sensitivity in Depressive Symptoms in the Digital Age: The Online and Offline Social Sensitivity Scale
Social rejection sensitivity has been proposed as a central risk factor for depression. Yet its assessment has typically been limited to offline contexts. Many of today's social interactions, however, take place online. The aim of the current study therefore was to develop a measure to assess social rejection sensitivity in both online and offline environments. Across four separate samples including a total of 2381 individuals (12-89 years), the Online and Offline Social Sensitivity Scale wasdoi:10.31234/osf.io/m95dh fatcat:xvufnewd4ravnbtt5iyit6lh7m