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'The use of technology to support communication in therapy is an exciting development, particularly the use of mobile device emojis to help young people express, and practitioners to assess, their mental distress. However, there is limited research on the subject and some possible drawbacks to its use in practice'.
September 2016: Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the RCN Accident and Emergency Nursing Association
Dian J Skiba
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January 2016: Nursing Education Perspectives
Petra Kralj Novak, Jasmina Smailović, Borut Sluban, Igor Mozetič
There is a new generation of emoticons, called emojis, that is increasingly being used in mobile communications and social media. In the past two years, over ten billion emojis were used on Twitter. Emojis are Unicode graphic symbols, used as a shorthand to express concepts and ideas. In contrast to the small number of well-known emoticons that carry clear emotional contents, there are hundreds of emojis. But what are their emotional contents? We provide the first emoji sentiment lexicon, called the Emoji Sentiment Ranking, and draw a sentiment map of the 751 most frequently used emojis...
2015: PloS One
Sanjay A Pai
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April 2016: International Journal of Surgical Pathology
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