[Air-L] Request for studies (Social Media Meta-analysis)

David Dueñas Cid david.duenas at gmail.com
Tue Nov 12 08:34:57 PST 2019

Dear Crystal and Erika,

Our paper might be helpful: Discriminatory Expressions, the Young and
Social Networks: The effect of gender


Best regards,

David Duenas-Cid


*Dr. David Dueñas-Cid *Assistant Professor

*Kozminski University*

*New Research on Digital Societies (NERDS)*

Jagiellonska 57/59

03-301 Warszawa (Poland)


*Tallinn University of Technology*

*Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance *Akadeemia tee 3

EE-12618 Tallinn (Estonia)

Twitter: @attu_island

Skype: david.duenascid

E-mail: dduenas at kozminski.edu.pl / david.duenas at taltech.ee

On Mon, Nov 11, 2019 at 9:02 PM Crystal Aguilera <cmaguile at usc.edu> wrote:

> Greetings all,
> We are reaching out to you to gain your assistance with a research
> synthesis we are conducting on the link between social media use and
> psychological well-being among adolescents. The team of researchers working
> on this synthesis includes undergraduate Crystal Aguilera and Professor
> Erika Patall at the University of Southern California.
> To clarify how you can help, although a thorough search has been conducted
> on PsycInfo, Google Scholar and other electronic databases, we would like
> the meta-analysis to be as comprehensive as possible. Therefore, if you
> have or know of any relevant research on adolescents' social media use and
> psychological well-being, especially unpublished research, we would very
> much appreciate hearing from you. The types of documents we are most eager
> to receive from you include unpublished data, unpublished reports and
> manuscripts, conference presentations, unpublished dissertations, or in
> press manuscripts. We will formally cite all viable data we receive.
> This research synthesis will include only correlational studies looking at
> any aspect of social media use and psychological well-being in adolescents.
> That is, we are interested in studies that examine correlations between
> social media use and adolescent outcomes. Attached is a list of included
> studies in the Meta-analysis up to now.
> Any information that you may be able to provide will be quite helpful for
> this research synthesis. We will send you a copy of our final report to all
> responders. You can send your papers, raw data, or suggestions to
> cmaguile at usc.edu.
> Thank you so much,
> Crystal Aguilera, Erika Patall, and the Social Media Meta-analysis Team
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