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Exploratory Analysis of Social Media Prior to a Suicide Attempt.

Glen Coppersmith, Kim Ngo, Ryan Leary, Tony Wood.

Quantifying Suicidal Ideation on Twitter.

Tony Wood, Jesse Shiffman, Ryan Leary, Glen Coppersmith.

The Clinical Panel: Leveraging Psychological Expertise During NLP Research.

Glen Coppersmith, Kristy Hollingshead, H. Andrew Schwartz, Molly Ireland, Rebecca Resnik, Kate Loveys, April Foreman, Loring Ingraham.

Discovering Shifts to Suicidal Ideation from Mental Health Content in Social Media.

Munmun De Choudhury, Emre Kiciman, Mark Dredze, Glen Coppersmith, Mrinal Kumar.


Quantifying Suicidal Ideation via Language Usage on Social Media.

Glen Coppersmith, Tony Wood, Ryan Leary, Eric Whyne.

From ADHD to SAD: analyzing the language of mental health on Twitter through self-reported diagnoses.

Glen Coppersmith, Mark Dredze, Craig Harman, Kristy Hollingshead.

Introduction to the CLPsych-2015 Shared and Unshared Tasks: Depression vs. PTSD on Twitter.

Glen Coppersmith, Mark Dredze, Craig Harman, Kristy Hollingshead, Margaret Mitchell.

Quantifying the language of Schizophrenia in Social Media.

Margaret Mitchell, Kristy Hollingshead, Glen Coppersmith.


Quantifying Mental Health Signals in Twitter.

Glen Coppersmith, Mark Dredze, Craig Harman.

Measuring Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Twitter.

Glen Coppersmith, Craig Harman, Mark Dredze.