Glen Coppersmith
Glen Coppersmith
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Quantifying mental health signals in Twitter
G Coppersmith, M Dredze, C Harman
Proceedings of the workshop on computational linguistics and clinical …, 2014
4912014
Discovering shifts to suicidal ideation from mental health content in social media
M De Choudhury, E Kiciman, M Dredze, G Coppersmith, M Kumar
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2016
4762016
Measuring post traumatic stress disorder in Twitter
G Coppersmith, C Harman, M Dredze
Eighth international AAAI conference on weblogs and social media, 2014
2532014
From ADHD to SAD: Analyzing the language of mental health on Twitter through self-reported diagnoses
G Coppersmith, M Dredze, C Harman, K Hollingshead
Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on computational linguistics and clinical …, 2015
2242015
CLPsych 2015 shared task: Depression and PTSD on Twitter
G Coppersmith, M Dredze, C Harman, K Hollingshead, M Mitchell
Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical …, 2015
2092015
Natural language processing of social media as screening for suicide risk
G Coppersmith, R Leary, P Crutchley, A Fine
Biomedical informatics insights 10, 1178222618792860, 2018
1742018
Inferring user political preferences from streaming communications
S Volkova, G Coppersmith, B Van Durme
Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2014
1392014
Detecting changes in suicide content manifested in social media following celebrity suicides
M Kumar, M Dredze, G Coppersmith, M De Choudhury
Proceedings of the 26th ACM conference on Hypertext & Social Media, 85-94, 2015
1212015
Quantifying the language of schizophrenia in social media
M Mitchell, K Hollingshead, G Coppersmith
Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Computational linguistics and clinical …, 2015
1212015
Ethical research protocols for social media health research
A Benton, G Coppersmith, M Dredze
Proceedings of the First ACL Workshop on Ethics in Natural Language …, 2017
1072017
The effect of increased serotonergic neurotransmission on aggression: a critical meta-analytical review of preclinical studies
M Carrillo, LA Ricci, GA Coppersmith, RH Melloni
Psychopharmacology 205 (3), 349-368, 2009
1072009
Exploratory analysis of social media prior to a suicide attempt
G Coppersmith, K Ngo, R Leary, A Wood
Proceedings of the third workshop on computational linguistics and clinical …, 2016
992016
Hierarchical bayesian models for latent attribute detection in social media
D Rao, M Paul, C Fink, D Yarowsky, T Oates, G Coppersmith
Fifth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, 2011
972011
NLP on spoken documents without ASR
M Dredze, A Jansen, G Coppersmith, K Church
Proceedings of the 2010 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language …, 2010
812010
Quantifying suicidal ideation via language usage on social media
G Coppersmith, R Leary, E Whyne, T Wood
Joint Statistics Meetings Proceedings, Statistical Computing Section, JSM 110, 2015
602015
Understanding depressive symptoms and psychosocial stressors on Twitter: a corpus-based study
D Mowery, H Smith, T Cheney, G Stoddard, G Coppersmith, C Bryan, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (2), e6895, 2017
552017
Quantifying mental health from social media with neural user embeddings
S Amir, G Coppersmith, P Carvalho, MJ Silva, BC Wallace
Machine Learning for Healthcare Conference, 306-321, 2017
372017
Vertex nomination via attributed random dot product graphs
D Marchette, CE Priebe, G Coppersmith
Proceedings of the 57th ISI World Statistics Congress 6, 16, 2011
362011
Small but mighty: affective micropatterns for quantifying mental health from social media language
K Loveys, P Crutchley, E Wyatt, G Coppersmith
Proceedings of the fourth workshop on computational linguistics and clinical …, 2017
352017
Vertex nomination via content and context
GA Coppersmith, CE Priebe
arXiv preprint arXiv:1201.4118, 2012
292012
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