Published on in Vol 1 , No 1 (2021) :Jan-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at, first published .
Desensitization to Fear-Inducing COVID-19 Health News on Twitter: Observational Study

Desensitization to Fear-Inducing COVID-19 Health News on Twitter: Observational Study

Desensitization to Fear-Inducing COVID-19 Health News on Twitter: Observational Study


  1. Stevens H, Acic I, Rhea S. Natural Language Processing Insight into LGBTQ+ Youth Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Longitudinal Content Analysis of Anxiety-Provoking Topics and Trends in Emotion in LGBTeens Microcommunity Subreddit. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2021;7(8):e29029 View
  2. Stevens H, Palomares N. Constituents’ Inferences of Local Governments’ Goals and the Relationship Between Political Party and Belief in COVID-19 Misinformation: Cross-sectional Survey of Twitter Followers of State Public Health Departments. JMIR Infodemiology 2022;2(1):e29246 View
  3. Greve H, Rao H, Vicinanza P, Zhou E. Online Conspiracy Groups: Micro-Bloggers, Bots, and Coronavirus Conspiracy Talk on Twitter. American Sociological Review 2022;87(6):919 View
  4. Cyr S, Marcil M, Houchi C, Marin M, Rosa C, Tardif J, Guay S, Guertin M, Genest C, Forest J, Lavoie P, Labrosse M, Vadeboncoeur A, Selcer S, Ducharme S, Brouillette J. Evolution of burnout and psychological distress in healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: a 1-year observational study. BMC Psychiatry 2022;22(1) View
  5. Mackey T, Baur C, Eysenbach G. Advancing Infodemiology in a Digital Intensive Era. JMIR Infodemiology 2022;2(1):e37115 View
  6. Viswanadham R. How behavioral economics can inform the next mass vaccination campaign: A narrative review. Preventive Medicine Reports 2023;32:102118 View
  7. Meleady R, Hodson G. Reductions in perceived COVID‐19 threat amid UK’s mass public vaccination programme coincide with reductions in outgroup avoidance (but not prejudice). British Journal of Social Psychology 2022;61(4):1286 View
  8. Xue H, Gong X, Stevens H. COVID-19 Vaccine Fact-Checking Posts on Facebook: Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(6):e38423 View
  9. Rajkumar R. Do We Need Media Guidelines When Reporting on Panic Buying? An Analysis of the Content of News Reports During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Communication 2022;7 View
  10. Zappia C, Makri S. “I Try to Find a Balance”: Investigating Strategies for Self‐Regulating Covid News Consumption. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2022;59(1):368 View
  11. Stevens H, Rasul M, Oh Y. Emotions and Incivility in Vaccine Mandate Discourse: Natural Language Processing Insights. JMIR Infodemiology 2022;2(2):e37635 View
  12. Lakew Y, Olausson U. When We Don't Want to Know More: Information Sufficiency and The Case Of Swedish Flood Risks. Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 2023;6:65 View
  13. Matsunaga L, Aoki T, Faiad C, Aldrich D, Tseng P, Aida J. Why People Stayed Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Implications for Health Communication Across Four Countries. Journal of Health Communication 2023:1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Steiger M, Bharucha T, Torralba W, Savio M, Manchanda P, Lutz-Guevara R. Proceedings of Seventh International Congress on Information and Communication Technology. View