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Personality, Gender, and Age in the Language of Social Media: The Open-Vocabulary Approach

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Correlation values of LIWC categories with gender, age, and the five factor model of personality.

[34] : Effect size as Cohen's values from Newman et al. 's recent study of gender (positive is female, not significant at ) [30]. : Standardized linear regression coefficients adjusted for sex, writing/talking, and experimental condition from Pennebaker and Stone's study of age ( not significant at ) [27]. : Spearman correlations values from Yarkoni's recent study of personality ( not significant at ). our : Standardized multivariate regression coefficients adjusted for gender and age for this current study over Facebook ( = not significant at Bonferroni-corrected ).

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