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An Examination of Factors That Affect the Credibility of Online Health Information

@article{Freeman2004AnEO,
  title={An Examination of Factors That Affect the Credibility of Online Health Information},
  author={K. Freeman and J. Spyridakis},
  journal={Technical Communication},
  year={2004},
  volume={51},
  pages={239-263}
}
INTRODUCTION Every day, millions of readers search among the countless pages of online health information (Baker and colleagues 2003; Bard 2000; Cain and colleagues 2000; Fox and colleagues 2000; Fox and Fallows 2003; Fox and Rainie 2002; Horrigan and Rainie 2002; PSRA 2002; UCLA 2003. [...] Key Result It is not surprising that the results of these surveys sometimes differ from the few studies that have presentedExpand

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