Published on in Vol 22, No 11 (2020): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/22407, first published .
COVID-19–Related Internet Search Patterns Among People in the United States: Exploratory Analysis

COVID-19–Related Internet Search Patterns Among People in the United States: Exploratory Analysis

COVID-19–Related Internet Search Patterns Among People in the United States: Exploratory Analysis

Journals

  1. Guelmami N, Ben Khalifa M, Chalghaf N, Kong J, Amayra T, Wu J, Azaiez F, Bragazzi N. Development of the 12-Item Social Media Disinformation Scale and its Association With Social Media Addiction and Mental Health Related to COVID-19 in Tunisia: Survey-Based Pilot Case Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(6):e27280 View
  2. Bastani P, Hakimzadeh S, Bahrami M. Designing a conceptual framework for misinformation on social media: a qualitative study on COVID-19. BMC Research Notes 2021;14(1) View
  3. Montesi M. Human information behavior during the Covid-19 health crisis. A literature review. Library & Information Science Research 2021;43(4):101122 View
  4. Purewal S, Ardiles P, Di Ruggiero E, Elhagehassan H, Flores J, Mahmood S. A cross-sectional study to assess health literacy levels among Canadian post-secondary students during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education 2022:1 View
  5. Montesi M. Everyday information behavior during the “new normal” of the Covid-19 pandemic: approaching the notions of experiential and local knowledge. Journal of Documentation 2023;79(1):160 View
  6. Chen S, Huy L, Lin C, Lai C, Nguyen N, Hoang N, Nguyen T, Dang L, Truong N, Phan T, Duong T. Association of Digital Health Literacy with Future Anxiety as Meditated by Information Satisfaction and Fear of COVID-19: A Pathway Analysis among Taiwanese Students. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(23):15617 View
  7. Hassan A, Bronzini M, Lamura G. Digital technologies as sources of information for patients and caregivers during COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional survey. DIGITAL HEALTH 2023;9:205520762311562 View
  8. Jin R, Lim H, Hamilton S, Ingledew P. Viral Disease Goes Viral: Characterizing How Cancer Patients Use Internet Resources for COVID-19 Information. Journal of Cancer Education 2023;38(2):431 View
  9. Sakellari E, Okan O, Dadaczynski K, Koutentakis K, Lagiou A. Digital health literacy and information-seeking on the internet in relation to COVID-19 among university students in Greece. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine Update 2024;5:100139 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Given L, Case D, Willson R. Looking for Information. View
  2. . Looking for Information. View