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Published on 06.05.20 in Vol 22, No 5 (2020): May

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Works citing "COVID-19 and the 5G Conspiracy Theory: Social Network Analysis of Twitter Data"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/19458):

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  1. Patsali ME, Mousa DV, Papadopoulou EV, Papadopoulou KK, Kaparounaki CK, Diakogiannis I, Fountoulakis KN. University students’ changes in mental health status and determinants of behavior during the COVID-19 lockdown in Greece. Psychiatry Research 2020;292:113298
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/19458):

  1. Ahmed W, Bath PA, Sbaffi L, Demartini G. Social Computing and Social Media. Participation, User Experience, Consumer Experience, and Applications of Social Computing. 2020. Chapter 32:447
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