Facebook use may contribute to feelings of jealousy in romantic relationships, according to research published in the scientific journal CyberPsychology & Behavior.
In 2009, the journal CyberPsychology and Behavior published an article that investigated the relationship between shyness and Facebook use.
In 2008, the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin published a study conducted by Laura Buffardi and W. Keith Campbell that examined whether laymen could accurately rate an individuals level of narcissism based on the content of their Facebook profile.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, a person’s willingness to communicate offline is similar to their willingness to communicate on the internet. Those who are not willing to communicate offline also tend to have the same unwillingness to communicate online.