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Can Twitter Track Suicide Risk?

The potential value of Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks in identifying at-risk individuals and delivering suicide prevention information is only beginning to be evaluated. A new research study shows that social data available through Twitter is a potentially valuable way of tracking real-time suicide risk in many users. Read More

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Romeo Vitelli, Ph.D. is a psychologist in private practice in Toronto, Canada.


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