Mental illness and bipolar disorder on Twitter: implications for stigma and social support

Alexandra Budenz
Alexandra Budenz
Ann Klassen
Ann Klassen
Philip Massey
Philip Massey

Journal of mental health (Abingdon, England), pp. 1-9, 2019.

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Mental healthTwitterbipolar disordersocial media

Abstract:

Mental illness (MI), and particularly, bipolar disorder (BD), are highly stigmatized. However, it is unknown if this stigma is also represented on social media. Characterize Twitter-based stigma and social support messaging ("tweets") about mental health/illness (MH)/MI and BD and determine which tweets garnered retweets. We collected tw...More

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