The “Facebook-self”: characteristics and psychological predictors of false self-presentation on Facebook
- 1California State University, Fullerton, United States
Corrigendum: The “Facebook-self”: characteristics and psychological predictors of false self-presentation on Facebook
OrenGil-Or 1,2 , YossiLevi-Belz 3 and OfirTurel 4,5*
1 College ofManagementAcademicStudies,RishonLeZion,Israel 2 TheAcademicCollegeofTelAvivYafo,TelAvivYafo,Israel 3 Department ofBehavioralSciences,RuppinAcademicCenter,EmekHefer,Israel 4 InformationSystemsandDecisionSciences,MihayloCollegeofBusinessandEconomics,CaliforniaStateUniversity,Fullerton,CA,USA 5 Psychology,BrainandCreativityInstitute,UniversityofSouthernCalifornia,LosAngeles,CA,USA
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*Correspondence: Ofir Turel,InformationSystemsand Decision Sciences,MihayloCollegeof Business andEconomics,California StateUniversity,800NorthState College boulevard,Fullerton,CA 92834, USA e-mail: oturel@Exchange.fullerton.edu
Keywords: Social networking sites, Facebook, false self, attachment theory, self-esteem, authenticity
Corrigendum on: Gil-OrO,Levi-BelzYandTurelO(2015)The“Facebook-self”: characteristicsandpsychologicalpredictors offalseself-presentationonFacebook.Front. Psychol. 6:99. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00099
In the original article, there was an error. The original text on page 6 is: “The main effect of avoidant attachment yielded F(1, 248) = 12.11, p < .001, indicating that the mean Facebook-self score was significantly greater for high avoidant-attachment participants (M=2.44, SD=0.05) than for low avoidant-attachment participants (M=2.44, SD=0.05).”
The corrected text on page 6, Analysis and Results section, Sub-section of "Predictors of the false Facebook-self is: “The main effect of avoidant attachment yielded F(1, 248) = 12.11, p < .001, indicating that the mean Facebook-self score was significantly greater for high avoidant-attachment participants (M=2.43, SD=0.44) than for low avoidant-attachment participants (M=2.22, SD=0.53).”
The authors apologize for this error and state that this does not change the scientific conclusions of the article in any way.
Keywords: social networking sites, facebook, False self, Attachment theory, self-esteem, Authenticity
Received: 26 Jan 2018;
Accepted: 16 Apr 2018.
Edited by:Xavier Noel, Free University of Brussels, Belgium
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* Correspondence: Prof. Ofir Turel, California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, United States, email@example.com