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This state emphasizes realistic socially desirable identities an individual would like to establish given the right circumstances. Science has linked narcissism with high levels of activity on Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace back in the day. And people post online for different reasons. For example, Twitter has been shown to sometimes fulfill a need to connect with others.

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Rather than friend-requesting people to get them to pay attention to you, the primary method to attract Twitter followers is just… tweeting, which partially explains the correlation between number of tweets and narcissism. A study of 1, Korean online gamers showed narcissists to be more likely to woman. addicted to Seflie-takers games than non-narcissists. The concrete goals and rewards the games offer allow the players to gather prestige: Another Selfiet-akers of research explored relations to self-esteem and well-being. Theor the Facebook profiles of others, however, can have rather negative impact on well-being, especially if Facebook friends are not personally known: Thus, the same effect that boost our self-esteem when pimping our own profile and presenting a highly selective, favorable insight in our life, may fire back when visiting the profiles of others.

In general, online-self presentation via social media profiles, blog posts, etc. One can get a quick picture of oneself, anywhere, Seofie-takers any place, without help from others. With the selfie-cam, acting Single parent dating sex. MODERATORS a mirror, the over controlled self-presentation in social media already starts while taking a photo. Investigations in relation to individual differences in strategic vani behavior lent further support to self-presentation as a central motive for social media use.

Thinking about the specific value of selfies, relations between the individual engagement in taking and posting selfies and individual self-presentation strategies are conceivable as well, as discussed in the following paragraphs. Selfies in the Light of Habitual Self-Presentation Strategies Among the many opportunities of social media, selfies appear as an element with an especially high potential for self-presentation and impression management: Per se, selfies put the focus on the self. The selfie cam provides control while taking the picture; photo editing does the rest.

Altogether, selfies thus seem to provide best opportunities for strategic self-presentations and impression management. However, selfies may be especially supportive of particular types of self-presentation. Given that people vary in their habitual use of different strategies of self-presentation, the enthusiasm for selfies may also vary with how well selfies as a means for self-presentation fit with individually preferred self-presentation strategies. For example, in the taxonomy of self-presentation strategies suggested by Merzbachertwo strategies in particular seem well in line with what selfies can provide: The first strategy is self-promotion, i.

By showing a highly controlled picture of oneself in the way that one wants to be seen by others, selfies provide a ground for self-promotion. The second strategy is self-disclosure, i. Other strategies of self-presentation in the taxonomy by Merzbacher, seem less compatible with selfies, as for example understatement. Selfies, however, seem not well compatible with this strategy. Posting any photo of oneself is already some sign of taking oneself seriously. Posting a selfie, i. Moreover, selfies have no implemented feedback channel as required for effectively using understatement as a strategy with positive effect for the self.

An important element of understatement as a self-presentation strategy is the interaction partner who will disclaim the modest self-presentation. Hence, people who habitually use understatement should be less enthusiastic about selfies as a tool for self-presentation. In sum, opportunities for self-presentation may be assumed as a core attractor for the popularity of selfies. However, selfies may not foster all types of different self-presentation strategies in equal degree, so that the enthusiasm for selfies may vary with individual tendencies in habitual self-presentation. Self-reflection on Selfies From an analytical point of view, self-presentation may be one of the most prominent psychological reasons for taking selfies.

However, another interesting question is eeen people reflect on this issue themselves: Do they see selfies primarily as a tool for self-presentation? Where do they see advantages and disadvantages of selfies in their daily life? An exception is the study by Sung et al. The interview study revealed four primary motives, namely attention seeking, communication, entertainment, and archiving, which each were assessed by a 3—6 items in the online-survey. Oevrestimate the vaij motive scales, attention seeking sample items: While the motives attention seeking, communication, and entertainment were positively related to narcissism and selfie-posting frequency, archiving was not.

Both aspects were surveyed by an open question format ssen categorized by qualitative content analysis. Hence, our findings on positive associations generally show parallels with the study on selfie motivations by Attraftiveness et al. However, seeen aspect of control and self-staging was brought up more explicitly in our study, Selfie-talers also the aspect of independence as a positive consequence of vainn was not discussed by Sung et al. Not all statements vsin clearly indicative of self versus attractiveness judgments, since the study did not explicitly ask for this differentiation. However, those statements that woma., showed a focus on situational and practical reasons for taking selfies oneself e.

In ovreestimate, the exploration of interpretations and attributed reasons for taking selfies can Sfen deeper insight into the psychology and subjective experience of selfies. Aims of the Study The present empirical study followed several aims: First, an exploration of psychological functions of selfies with a special focus on selfies as a means of self-presentation as well as the representation of common self-presentation strategies. We focused on the strategies of self-promotion, self-disclosure and understatement, assuming positive relations with selfie-related affect for the two former and negative relations for the latter.

Second, an exploration of the image and perceived consequences of selfies, and relations to personal and societal values. Thus, besides indirect conclusions about the value of selfies e. Third, based on the incidences for differences between self- versus other judgments in our previous research Christoforakos and Diefenbach,we aimed for a systematic exploration of this effect. In line with a self-serving interpretation, we assumed more likable judgments e. Materials and Methods Participants Two hundred thirty-eight individuals female living in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland took part in the study and completed the whole survey.

Procedure The study was carried out via online survey with unipark 3and participation took about 15 min. All materials were presented in German language. An invitation link to the study was distributed via diverse mailings lists and university panels. Measures Selfie Behavior and Preferences Participants indicated how often they were usually taking selfies and receiving selfies from friends. In addition, participants rated how much they liked seeing selfies compared to usual non-selfie pictures. Its short form Mackinnon et al. Thus Tinder is hardly original, yet it has taken the mobile dating market by storm: More importantly, and in stark contrast with the overwhelmingly negative media reception, Tinder has managed to overcome the two big hurdles to online dating.

First, Tinder is cool, at least to its users. Indeed, whereas it is still somewhat embarrassing to confess to using EHarmony or Match. Second, through eliminating time lags and distance, Tinder bridges the gap between digital and physical dating, enabling users to experience instant gratification and making Tinder almost as addictive as Facebook the average user is on it minutes per day. But the bigger lessons from the Tinder effect are psychological. Let me offer a few here: In our technosexual era, the process of dating has not only been gamified, but also sexualised, by technology. Mobile dating is much more than a means to an end, it is an end in itself.

With Tinder, the pretext is to hook-up, but the real pleasure is derived from the Tindering process. Tinder is just the latest example for the sexualisation of urban gadgets: What it does, however, is to increase average levels of attractiveness compared to the real world.

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