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AffectCheck: How Real-time Feedback on Affective Tone Influences Twitter Communication
Background Tools that invite self-reflection of affective tone may help people communicate more effectively in online social networks, allowing them to develop and maintain the social connectedness that contributes to health and well-being. In a recent study, people described reluctance to post health experiences because they were worried they would be perceived as either complaining or boasting, and an aversion to those that they perceived as chronically complaining. In this study, we explo...
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