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2019 Volume 70 Issue 9


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Introduction to the special issue on neuro-information science
Jacek Gwizdka | Yashar Moshfeghi | Max L. Wilson

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Integrating neurophysiologic relevance feedback in intent modeling for information retrieval
Giulio Jacucci | Oswald Barral | Pedram Daee | Markus Wenzel | Baris Serim | Tuukka Ruotsalo | Patrik Pluchino | Jonathan Freeman | Luciano Gamberini | Samuel Kaski | Benjamin Blankertz

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ERP/MMR Algorithm for Classifying Topic-Relevant and Topic-Irrelevant Visual Shots of Documentary Videos
Hyun Hee Kim | Yong Ho Kim

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The dominant factor of social tags for users' decision behavior on e-commerce websites: Color or text
Chen Xu | Qin Zhang

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Neuropsychological model of the realization of information need
Yashar Moshfeghi | Frank E. Pollick

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The relationships between health information behavior and neural processing in african americans with prehypertension
Lenette M. Jones | Kathy D. Wright | Anthony I. Jack | Jared P. Friedman | David M. Fresco | Tiffany C. Veinot | Wei Lu | Shirley M. Moore

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Investigating the role of eye movements and physiological signals in search satisfaction prediction using geometric analysis
Yingying Wu | Yiqun Liu | Yen-Hsi Richard Tsai | Shing-Tung Yau

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Analyzing stock market trends using social media user moods and social influence
Daifeng Li | Yintian Wang | Andrew Madden | Ying Ding | Jie Tang | Gordon Guo-Zheng Sun | Ning Zhang | Enguo Zhou

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Let's Google: Uncertainty and bilingual search
Margaret Meiling Luo | Diane Nahl

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A novel method for topic linkages between scientific publications and patents
Shuo Xu | Dongsheng Zhai | Feifei Wang | Xin An | Hongshen Pang | Yirong Sun

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The Qualified Self: Social Media and the Accounting of Everyday Life. Humphreys, Lee. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2018. (ISBN 9780262037853)
Alexander Halavais

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