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“…The Facebook Intensity Scale (Ellison et al, 2007) was adapted to measure participants’ online dating usage. This scale has strong psychometric properties and has been used extensively as a measure of social media intensity (Haimson et al, 2017; Przepiorka and Blachnio, 2016; Stapleton et al, 2017), but only recently has it been applied to the online dating context (Bloom and Taylor, 2020). The scale consisted of one behavioral item on a 6-point scale (1 = less than 10 minutes , 2 = 10–30 minutes , 3 = 31–60 minutes , 4 = 1–2 hours , 5 = 2–3 hours , 6 = more than 3 hours ) to gauge daily online dating frequency (“In the past week, on average, approximately how many minutes per day have you spent on online dating?”) and six Likert-type items on a five-point scale (1 = strongly disagree , 5 = strongly agree ) to assess attitudes toward online dating (e.g.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The Facebook Intensity Scale (Ellison et al, 2007) was adapted to measure participants’ online dating usage. This scale has strong psychometric properties and has been used extensively as a measure of social media intensity (Haimson et al, 2017; Przepiorka and Blachnio, 2016; Stapleton et al, 2017), but only recently has it been applied to the online dating context (Bloom and Taylor, 2020). The scale consisted of one behavioral item on a 6-point scale (1 = less than 10 minutes , 2 = 10–30 minutes , 3 = 31–60 minutes , 4 = 1–2 hours , 5 = 2–3 hours , 6 = more than 3 hours ) to gauge daily online dating frequency (“In the past week, on average, approximately how many minutes per day have you spent on online dating?”) and six Likert-type items on a five-point scale (1 = strongly disagree , 5 = strongly agree ) to assess attitudes toward online dating (e.g.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Billedo et al, 2015; LeFebvre et al, 2015; Orosz et al, 2015). More recently, efforts have been made to extend the concept of intensity to online dating (Bloom and Taylor, 2020). In keeping with Ellison et al’s conceptualization, we define online dating intensity as attitudes and behaviors that reflect a high frequency of use and degree of involvement in online dating.…”
Section: Online Dating Intensity and Commitmentmentioning
confidence: 99%