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Published on 10.01.17 in Vol 4, No 1 (2017): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Using Real-Time Social Media Technologies to Monitor Levels of Perceived Stress and Emotional State in College Students: A Web-Based Questionnaire Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.5626):

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  1. Young SD, Garett R. Ethical Issues in Addressing Social Media Posts About Suicidal Intentions During an Online Study Among Youth: Case Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(2):e33
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  2. Hartnup B, Dong L, Eisingerich AB. How an Environment of Stress and Social Risk Shapes Student Engagement With Social Media as Potential Digital Learning Platforms: Qualitative Study. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(2):e10069
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  3. Schmidt SJ, Kaess M. Fortschritte und Herausforderungen für die Analyse von Big Data in sozialen Medien im Jugendalter. Zeitschrift für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie und Psychotherapie 2018;:1
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  4. Taylor J, Pagliari C. Mining social media data: How are research sponsors and researchers addressing the ethical challenges?. Research Ethics 2018;14(2):1
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  5. Young SD, Mercer N, Weiss RE, Torrone EA, Aral SO. Using social media as a tool to predict syphilis. Preventive Medicine 2018;109:58
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  6. Campisi J, May J, Burch K, Larson K, Doscher J, Doherty S, Isaacson K, Sebring K, Gahan A. Anxiety-inducing Facebook behavior is associated with higher rates of upper respiratory infection in college-aged users. Computers in Human Behavior 2017;76:211
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