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The question whether social media use benefits or undermines adolescents' well-being is an important societal concern. Previous empirical studies have mostly established across-the-board effects among (sub)populations of adolescents. As a result, it is still an open question whether the effects are unique for each individual adolescent. We sampled adolescents' experiences six times per day for one week to quantify differences in their susceptibility to the effects of social media on theirdoi:10.1038/s41598-020-67727-7 pmid:32612108 fatcat:soiucp4y5zey3n632t66woh5ye