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Published on 20.11.13 in Vol 15, No 11 (2013): November

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Works citing "Electronic Word of Mouth on Twitter About Physical Activity in the United States: Exploratory Infodemiology Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2870):

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  1. Burke-Garcia A, Stanton CA. A Tale of Two Tools: Reliability and Feasibility of Social Media Measurement Tools Examining e-Cigarette Twitter Mentions. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked 2017;
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  7. Hamad EO, Savundranayagam MY, Holmes JD, Kinsella EA, Johnson AM. Toward a Mixed-Methods Research Approach to Content Analysis in The Digital Age: The Combined Content-Analysis Model and its Applications to Health Care Twitter Feeds. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(3):e60
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  8. Katsuki T, Mackey TK, Cuomo R. Establishing a Link Between Prescription Drug Abuse and Illicit Online Pharmacies: Analysis of Twitter Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(12):e280
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  9. Wang S, Paul MJ, Dredze M. Social Media as a Sensor of Air Quality and Public Response in China. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(3):e22
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  10. Reavley NJ, Pilkington PD. Use of Twitter to monitor attitudes toward depression and schizophrenia: an exploratory study. PeerJ 2014;2:e647
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