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The University of Hong Kong103
Assessing Suicide Risk and Emotional Distress in Chinese Social Media: A Text Mining and Machine Learning Study219
Suicide by gassing in Hong Kong 2005-2013: Emerging trends and characteristics of suicide by helium inhalation153
Suicide and the media in the Chinese contexts308
Changes in suicide rates following media reports on celebrity suicide: A meta-analysis98
A Public Health Approach in Responding to the Spread of Helium Suicide in Hong Kong: A Case Report181
Intergenerational support, satisfaction with parent–child relationship and elderly parents’ life satisfaction in Hong Kong123
Learning from various labeling strategies for suicide-related messages on social media: An experimental study126
The Study of 'Suicide Contagion' During Dawning Social Media Era: A Critical Review from a Network Science Perspective298
Suicide contagion: a systematic review of definitions and research utility94
A pilot study of differences in behavioral and linguistic characteristics between Sina suicide microblog users and Sina microblog users without suicide idea99
Developing an early warning system of suicide using Google Trends and media reporting94
Suicide Communication on Social Media and Its Psychological Mechanisms: An Examination of Chinese Microblog Users114
Does Gender Difference Exist in Typologies of Intergenerational Relations? Adult Son–Parent and Daughter–Parent Relations in Hong Kong9
Construction and validation of the Hong Kong Altruism Index (A-Index)98
Searching for suicide-related information on Chinese websites87
Information accessibility of the charcoal burning suicide method in mainland China114
Suicide contagion: A systematic review of definitions and research utility72
Are internet service providers responsible for online suicide pacts?69
Why do we report suicides and how can we facilitate suicide prevention efforts? Perspectives of Hong Kong media professionals72
Controversial practices with reporting suicide news in Hong Kong, Mainland China, and Taiwan117
Language markers of suicide risk and emotional distress in Chinese Social Media240
Suicide news reporting accuracy and stereotyping in Hong Kong100
The Interaction Between Traditional Media and New Media in Suicide News Production and Dissemination in Chinese Societies97
The association of trends in charcoal-burning suicide with Google search and newspaper reporting in Taiwan: a time series analysis96
Detecting comments showing risk for suicide in YouTube128
Online suicide-related information in Hong Kong: perspectives from youth suicide prevention153
Behavioral and linguistic characteristics of microblog users with various suicide ideation level: an explanatory study259
The foxconn suicides and their media prominence: is the werther effect applicable in china?119
Communicating charcoal burning suicide on Chinese Social Media161
A comparative study of online suicide-related information in Chinese and English179
Media content representation of suicide in various societies: a critical review126
Identifying Chinese Microblog Users With High Suicide Probability Using Internet-Based Profile and Linguistic Features: Classification Model180
Suicide and bereavement on the Chinese social media196
Responses to a self-presented suicide attempt in social media: a social network analysis201
Media effects on suicide methods: A case study on Hong Kong 1998-2005144
Implementing international media guidelines in a local context: Experiences from Hong Kong132
Opportunities and challenges of online data collection for suicide prevention140