Joshua R. WilliamsUniversity of Toledo · Department of Psychology
Joshua R. Williams
Ph.D. Student in Experimental Cyberpsychology studying Problematic Smartphone Use, Technology Anxiety, and Well-Being
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We explored problematic smartphone use (PSU) using latent profile analysis (LPA) and relationships with anxiety variables, including severity of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety disorder (SAD), and Fear of Missing Out (FoMO) in a non-clinical sample. We conducted a web-based survey (during the COVID-19 pandemic from February to Ma...
Background: Few studies have conducted latent profile analysis (LPA) of problematic smartphone use (PSU) severity to examine underlying subgroups of individuals with diverse PSU symptom presentations. We explored such latent profiles and relations with anxiety and fear variables, including severity of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxi...
Any social phenomenon with more than a billion participants daily is ripe for investigation into the implications of social capital. This research conducts a systematic review of the peer-reviewed literature and conference material published between 1 January 1997 and 31 March 2018 regarding the question, can the use of online social networking sit...
Has anyone had good/bad/indifferent experience with any of the Virtual Research Environments on the market? I notice that a lot them operate in the Biosciences area. Has anyone used one in Social Sciences research?