The current phase of the project requires updating the archive for recent Facebook posts by Mark Zuckerberg
denne side eksponerer hvad der foregår i en række lukkede grupper hvor der finder krænkelser sted.
Researchers at SAHMRI are studying how genes and biological factors along with lifestyle factors can influence these common distressing disorders.
We are interested in finding out how these disorders start, how symptoms progress over time and how response to treatments varies in individuals. To do this we are collecting blood and saliva samples, gathering information through online surveys and monitoring activity, sleep and other physiological measures using commercially available apps and wearable devices.
We anticipate combined analysis of this data will lead to more personalised and hopefully more effective treatments in the future.
We are interested in comparing how people with different types of personality use language to communicate on social media. Research has looked into how personality is reflected in spoken language, body language, and other everyday behaviour. However, we know relatively little about how such knowledge can be applied to online language.
Existing research has focused on how personality is linked to American English and we want to see how this research translates to British English. Consequently, we are also collecting and comparing language between participants in the UK and the US.