Eliza Barach
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Tweet sentiment analysis with pronoun choice reveals online community dynamics in response to crisis events
S Shaikh, LB Feldman, E Barach, Y Marzouki
Advances in cross-cultural decision making, 345-356, 2017
212017
Cannabis and symptoms of PMS and PMDD
M Slavin, E Barach, S Farmer, R Luba, M Earleywine
Addiction Research & Theory 25 (5), 383-389, 2017
102017
Cross-cultural reactions to crisis events via language and emoticon use
S Shaikh, P Lalingkar, E Barach, L Feldman
International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 23-28, 2017
62017
It’s not Just What you Tweet, it’s how you Tweet It
E Barach, V Srinivasan, R Fernandes, LB Feldman, S Shaikh
7th European Conference on Social Media ECSM 2020, 52, 2020
32020
Hiding behind the words of others: does redundant word choice reflect suppressed individuality when tweeting in the first person singular?
E Barach, S Shaikh, V Srinivasan, LB Feldman
International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 603-614, 2018
32018
The dynamics of negative stereotypes as revealed by tweeting behavior in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack
Y Marzouki, E Barach, V Srinivasan, S Shaikh, LB Feldman
Heliyon 6 (8), e04311, 2020
12020
Cannabis and Vulvodynia Symptoms: A Preliminary Report
E Barach, MN Slavin, M Earleywine
Cannabis (Research Society on Marijuana) 3 (2), 139-147, 2020
12020
Satisfaction of search (SOS) impacts proofreading performance: Evidence from eye movements
E Barach
State University of New York at Albany, 2018
12018
Are emojis processed like words?: Eye movements reveal the time course of semantic processing for emojified text
E Barach, LB Feldman, H Sheridan
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-14, 2021
2021
Emojis and Words Work Together in the Service of Communication
LB Feldman, E Barach, V Srinivasan, S Shaikh
2021
Send Help! SOS Effects Arise in Proofreading, as Revealed by Eye Movements
E Barach, H Sheridan
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 1214-1214, 2018
2018
Careful What You Post: Pronoun Choice Can Mirror Emotions in Tweets About Terrorism
E Barach, S Shaikh, Y Marzouki, LB Feldman
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