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FBOCD

(FaceBook Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) An excessive amount of time spent on Facebook. Facebook members with serious FBOCD will spend several hours daily online. If not online constantly, they may feel the need to view their News Feed every few minutes no matter what else is pressing in their lives. See addiction.
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Facebook addiction can be conceptualized within the broader theoretical framework of internet addiction, defined in Caplan's (2010) theory (Ryan, Chester, Reece, & Xenos, 2016) as the situation in which individuals fail to regulate their own usage and experience negative outcomes as a consequence.
Others have likened habitual Facebook use to a mental disorder, comparing it to drug addiction and even publishing magnetic-resonance images of what Facebook addiction "looks like in the brain."When Facebook has published its own analyses to test such claims, the company has been roundly criticized.
In order to investigate the concurrent validity of the scale, the correlations between the Bergen Facebook Addiction Scale (BFAS), the Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWL), the time spent by participants in social media, and the Turkish FoMOs scores were calculated.
We adopted and revised Koc and Gulyagci's (2013) Facebook Addiction Scale.
In addition, constructs such as Facebook addiction (20), mobile phone addiction (21), smart phone addiction (22) and Internet addiction (9) are considered as factors related to social media addiction.
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Surprisingly, research on facebook addiction, particularly in India, is pitifully scarce.
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