Albert Park
Albert Park
UNC Charlotte, College of Computing and Informatics
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Examining thematic similarity, difference, and membership in three online mental health communities from Reddit: a text mining and visualization approach
A Park, M Conway, AT Chen
Computers in human behavior 78, 98-112, 2018
952018
Longitudinal changes in psychological states in online health community members: understanding the long-term effects of participating in an online depression community
A Park, M Conway
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (3), e71, 2017
512017
Towards automatically classifying depressive symptoms from Twitter data for population health
DL Mowery, YA Park, C Bryan, M Conway
Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Modeling of People’s Opinions …, 2016
472016
Tracking health related discussions on Reddit for public health applications
A Park, M Conway
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2017, 1362, 2017
462017
Automatically detecting failures in natural language processing tools for online community text
A Park, AL Hartzler, J Huh, DW McDonald, W Pratt
Journal of medical Internet research 17 (8), e4612, 2015
392015
Harnessing Reddit to understand the written-communication challenges experienced by individuals with mental health disorders: analysis of texts from mental health communities
A Park, M Conway
Journal of medical Internet research 20 (4), e8219, 2018
352018
Leveraging cues from person-generated health data for peer matching in online communities
AL Hartzler, MN Taylor, A Park, T Griffiths, U Backonja, DW McDonald, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 23 (3), 496-507, 2016
312016
“How did we get here?”: topic drift in online health discussions
A Park, AL Hartzler, J Huh, G Hsieh, DW McDonald, W Pratt
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (11), e284, 2016
232016
Evaluating health interest profiles extracted from patient-generated data
AL Hartzler, DW McDonald, A Park, J Huh, C Weaver, W Pratt
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2014, 626, 2014
162014
Towards tracking opium related discussions in social media
A Park, M Conway
Online journal of public health informatics 9 (1), 2017
142017
Homophily of vocabulary usage: beneficial effects of vocabulary similarity on online health communities participation
A Park, AL Hartzler, J Huh, DW McDonald, W Pratt
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2015, 1024, 2015
142015
Adopting social media for improving health: opportunities and challenges
A Park, J Bowling, G Shaw, C Li, S Chen
North Carolina medical journal 80 (4), 240-243, 2019
132019
The readability of electronic cigarette health information and advice: a quantitative analysis of web-based information
A Park, SH Zhu, M Conway
JMIR public health and surveillance 3 (1), e1, 2017
122017
Design and usability of interactive user profiles for online health communities
AL Hartzler, B Weis, C Cahill, W Pratt, A Park, U Backonja, DW McDonald
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 23 (3), 1-33, 2016
122016
Characterizing websites that provide information about complementary and integrative health: systematic search and evaluation of five domains
AT Chen, L Taylor-Swanson, RW Buie, A Park, M Conway
Interactive journal of medical research 7 (2), e9803, 2018
82018
Intended Use Evaluation Approach for Information Visualization
A Park
Virginia Tech, 2006
72006
Opioid surveillance using social media: how urls are shared among reddit members
A Park, M Conway
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 10 (1), 2018
52018
Understanding socio-cultural factors related to obesity: Sentiment analysis on related tweets
A Park, DS West
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 11 (1), 2019
32019
Text Classification to Weave Medical Advice with Patient Experiences.
J Huh, M Yetisgen-Yildiz, A Hartzler, DW McDonald, A Park, W Pratt
AMIA, 2012
32012
Leveraging discussions on reddit for disease surveillance
A Park, M Conway
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 10 (1), 2018
22018
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