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Works citing "Tweaking and Tweeting: Exploring Twitter for Nonmedical Use of a Psychostimulant Drug (Adderall) Among College Students"

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  1. Bevan JL, Gomez R, Sparks L. Disclosures about important life events on Facebook: Relationships with stress and quality of life. Computers in Human Behavior 2014;39:246
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  2. Fogel J, King K. Perceived Realism and Twitter Use Are Associated with Increased Acceptance of Cosmetic Surgery among Those Watching Reality Television Cosmetic Surgery Programs. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2014;134(2):233
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  3. Anton C. Adverse drug reactions and social media. Adverse Drug Reaction Bulletin 2014;286(1):1103
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  4. Mackey TK, Liang BA, Strathdee SA. Digital Social Media, Youth, and Nonmedical Use of Prescription Drugs: The Need for Reform. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(7):e143
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  5. Thackeray R, Neiger BL, Burton SH, Thackeray CR. Analysis of the Purpose of State Health Departments' Tweets: Information Sharing, Engagement, and Action. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(11):e255
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  6. Hanson CL, Cannon B, Burton S, Giraud-Carrier C. An Exploration of Social Circles and Prescription Drug Abuse Through Twitter. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(9):e189
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  7. Dal Moro F. Online Survey on Twitter: A Urological Experience. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(10):e238
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