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The Risk and Opportunity of Online Fertility Groups

By Maggie Mertens, July 2022

The Atlantic

Emotion recognition is mostly ineffective. Why are companies still investing in it?
By Greg Noone, June 2022

Tech Monitor

Why emotion AI sets off warning bells, but sentiment analysis does not 

By Kate Kaye, April 2022

Live with Guy Gordon on WJR 760 about how pregnancy applications fail to account for
pregnancy losses, December 2021

AI Can’t Detect Our Emotions

By Evan Selinger, April 2021

One Zero

The case for online anonymity
By Chris Stokel-Walker, February 2021

The Face

Instagram’s redesign shifts toward shopping — here’s how that can be harmful 

By Nazanin Andalibi
Salon, January 2021

Instagram’s redesign has a dark side

By Nazanin Andalibi
Fast Company, January 2021


Instagram’s redesign shifts toward shopping — here’s how that can be harmful 

By Nazanin Andalibi

The Conversation, December 2020

A Smile at a Wedding and a Cheer at a Soccer Game Are Alike the World Over

By Emily Willingham
Scientific American, December 2020. 


‘My Karen Translator’ Responds to Racism So You Don’t Have To

By Hope King

One Zero. September 2020. 

Friday essay: shifting identities - performing sexual selves on social media

By Emily van der Nagel and Katrin Tiidenberg
The Conversation, September 2020. 

When 'what's on your mind' is tragic, not happy – sharing sad news on social media
Yahoo News. October 2020.


Pregnancy Loss Awareness - Sharing Stories of Loss on Social Media  
University of Michigan. October 2019 

Sharing stories of miscarriage helps women grieve, fight for change []

By E. Strauss February 2018

Posting About Miscarriage On Social Media Is Still Stigmatized — Why? []

By A. Manning February 2018


Just Putting it Out There — How #MeToo, Awareness Months and Facebook Are Helping Us Heal []

By B. Faulstick February 2018

Why Yahoo thinks it may be time to blow up your inbox []

By S. Melendez May 2017


Instagram has become a place for people with depression to find support, study suggests []
By O. Williams March 2017

How Instagram users share their #depression stories []

By A. Manning Feb 2017

Comment Instagram aide efficacement à lutter contre la #depression []

By X. Ridel Feb 2017

Instagram is good for people with insecurities and depression, says study


By M. Parker Feb 2017

How much do YOU reveal on Instagram? []

By S. Liberatore Feb 2017

#Unfiltered: Instagram has become a haven for people making sensitive and stigmatized self-disclosures []

By B. Faulstick Feb 2017

Q+A: Real help for ‘fake smiles’ on Instagram []

By B. Faulstick October 21, 2016

Spying and rape threats: Why people use Tor to hide online []

By R. Price October 23, 2016

Just give me some privacy – Anonymous Wikipedia editors and Tor users explain why they don’t want you to know who they are []

By B. Faulstick October 12, 2016

Internet anonymity allows survivors of sexual abuse to share their stories []

By C. Lopresti April 20, 2016

Hidden in Plain Site []

Drexel University Research Magazine. 2016

Survivors of sexual abuse find support in online anonymity []

By T. Pederson February 24, 2016

How male rape survivors are finding help online: Researchers find that men use throwaway Reddit accounts to disclose sexual abuse — some for the very first time []

By T. Clark-Flory and L. Cullen February 24, 2016

Sexual assault survivors, especially men, find refuge in online anonymity: Drexel study examines anonymous posts about abuse on Reddit []

By S. Lurye, February 24, 2016

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