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Systematische Übersicht über die Literatur zu Medien und Depressionen

Im Rahmen der vorliegenden Studie wurde die einschlägige Literatur zu den Zusammenhängen von Depressionen und Mediennutzung systematisch anhand eines zuvor festgelegten Analyseinventars durchleuchtet. Die 31 dabei identifizierten, zentralen Forschungsarbeiten aus den Disziplinen Kommunikationswissenschaft, Psychologie und Medizin (siehe Markierung der Studien) wurden anhand von sechs Kategorien vergleichend analysiert (Übersichtstabelle verfügbar als Online Ressource zu diesem Buch).


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