The Development of Online Emotion Expression (OEX) Measurement
Online emotion expression measurement (OEX) was developed to measure emotion use and expression in social network and other online spaces. The original version of this scale consisted of 10 items with two dimensions, wording & linguistics and perception about one’s own emotion expression. Two hundred and forty participants who were college students were asked to fill in the questionnaire. Factor analysis and Cronbach’s alpha were used to test validity and reliability of the tool. The researchers used the results from the analyses to determine remove one item and adapt the wordings in another item. The final version of OEX measurement was presented in the study.
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