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Published on 07.11.12 in Vol 14, No 6 (2012): Nov-Dec

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Works citing "Pro-Anorexia and Pro-Recovery Photo Sharing: A Tale of Two Warring Tribes"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2239):

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  1. Yom-Tov E, Brunstein-Klomek A, Mandel O, Hadas A, Fennig S. Inducing Behavioral Change in Seekers of Pro-Anorexia Content Using Internet Advertisements: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(1):e6
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  2. Bachner-Melman R, Zontag-Oren E, Zohar AH, Sher H. Lives on the Line: The Online Lives of Girls and Women With and Without a Lifetime Eating Disorder Diagnosis. Frontiers in Psychology 2018;9
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  3. Wang T, Brede M, Ianni A, Mentzakis E, Tang M. Social interactions in online eating disorder communities: A network perspective. PLOS ONE 2018;13(7):e0200800
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  4. Muralidhara S, Paul MJ. #Healthy Selfies: Exploration of Health Topics on Instagram. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(2):e10150
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  5. Paul MJ, Dredze M. Social Monitoring for Public Health. Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services 2017;9(5):1
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  6. Ahmed OH, Lee H, Struik LL. A picture tells a thousand words: A content analysis of concussion-related images online. Physical Therapy in Sport 2016;21:82
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  7. Yom-Tov E, Brunstein-Klomek A, Hadas A, Tamir O, Fennig S. Differences in physical status, mental state and online behavior of people in pro-anorexia web communities. Eating Behaviors 2016;22:109
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  8. Bert F, Gualano MR, Camussi E, Siliquini R. Risks and Threats of Social Media Websites: Twitter and the Proana Movement. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2016;19(4):233
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  9. Fernández-Luque L, Bau T. Health and Social Media: Perfect Storm of Information. Healthcare Informatics Research 2015;21(2):67
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  10. Bates CF. “I Am a Waste of Breath, of Space, of Time”. Qualitative Health Research 2015;25(2):189
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  11. Oksanen A, Garcia D, Sirola A, Näsi M, Kaakinen M, Keipi T, Räsänen P. Pro-Anorexia and Anti-Pro-Anorexia Videos on YouTube: Sentiment Analysis of User Responses. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(11):e256
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  12. Yom-Tov E, Borsa D, Hayward AC, McKendry RA, Cox IJ. Automatic Identification of Web-Based Risk Markers for Health Events. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e29
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  13. Yom-Tov E, Dumais S, Guo Q. Promoting Civil Discourse Through Search Engine Diversity. Social Science Computer Review 2014;32(2):145
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  14. Yom-Tov E, Boyd DM. On the link between media coverage of anorexia and pro-anorexic practices on the web. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2014;47(2):196
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  15. Syed-Abdul S, Fernandez-Luque L, Jian W, Li Y, Crain S, Hsu M, Wang Y, Khandregzen D, Chuluunbaatar E, Nguyen PA, Liou D. Misleading Health-Related Information Promoted Through Video-Based Social Media: Anorexia on YouTube. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(2):e30
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2239)

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  1. Eikey EV. Current and Emerging mHealth Technologies. 2018. Chapter 8:119
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  2. Šmahel D, Macháčková H, Šmahelová M, Čevelíček M, Almenara CA, Holubčíková J. Digital Technology, Eating Behaviors, and Eating Disorders. 2018. Chapter 8:139
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