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According to a study published in Behavioral Neuroscience in 2010, the ability to retrieve social information from memory can be impaired by a brief exposure to stress.
According to a study published in CyberPsychology & Behavior in 2009, self-reported dissatisfaction with one’s family and recent stressful events are both associated with addiction to the internet.
Research published in the Journal of Counseling Psychology in 2009, found an association between depressive symptoms and reduced emotional disclosure.
A study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology has found that a high self-esteem does not lessen the effect of stressful events on depression. The study was conducted by Ulrich Orth and Richard Robins of the University of California and Laurenz Meier of the University of Bern.
In 2009, The American Journal of Family Therapy published research that investigated the relationship between family functioning and adolescent addiction. The research was conducted by Mimma Tafa and Roberto Baiocoo, both psychologists from the University of Rome.