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Table 4 The relationship between internalizing symptoms and different social media activities and playing games. Ordinary least square regression

From: Does gender matter? The association between different digital media activities and adolescent well-being

  Model 1   Model 2  
B Beta p-value B Beta p-value
Chatting .300 .096 <.001 .287 .092 .002
Chatting2 .094 .049 .017 .094 .050 .016
Online sociability −.159 −.050 .004 −.035 .011 .696
Self-presentation .427 .134 <.001 .644 .203 <.001
Playing games .305 .091 <.001 .262 .079 .007
Playing games2 .140 .059 .001 .129 .054 .006
Boy −2.339 −.270 <.001 −2.309 −.266 <.001
Chatting × Boy     .045 .011 .656
Online sociability × Boy     −.215 −.049 .057
Self-presentation × Boy     −.459 −.100 <.001
Playing games × Boy     .078 .014 .529
Controls a Yes    Yes   
 R2 .133    .141   
 N 3957    3957   
  1. Note: B = unstandardized coefficient; Beta = standardized coefficient. The p-values are calculated using robust standard errors. a Control variables included in the models are country of birth, year of study measured as three dummies, gender × year of study, and the different schools are included as 17 dummies