Camille Nebeker
Camille Nebeker
Professor, Behavioral Medicine, UC San Diego
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Artificial intelligence for mental health and mental illnesses: an overview
S Graham, C Depp, EE Lee, C Nebeker, X Tu, HC Kim, DV Jeste
Current psychiatry reports 21, 1-18, 2019
Using social media for health research: Methodological and ethical considerations for recruitment and intervention delivery
D Arigo, S Pagoto, L Carter-Harris, SE Lillie, C Nebeker
Digital health 4, 2055207618771757, 2018
Technology to support aging in place: Older adults’ perspectives
S Wang, K Bolling, W Mao, J Reichstadt, D Jeste, HC Kim, C Nebeker
Healthcare 7 (2), 60, 2019
Building the case for actionable ethics in digital health research supported by artificial intelligence
C Nebeker, J Torous, RJ Bartlett Ellis
BMC medicine 17, 1-7, 2019
Digital medicine: a primer on measurement
A Coravos, JC Goldsack, DR Karlin, C Nebeker, E Perakslis, ...
Digital biomarkers 3 (2), 31-71, 2019
Don’t quote me: reverse identification of research participants in social media studies
JW Ayers, TL Caputi, C Nebeker, M Dredze
NPJ digital medicine 1 (1), 30, 2018
Precision health: the role of the social and behavioral sciences in advancing the vision
E Hekler, JA Tiro, CM Hunter, C Nebeker
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 54 (11), 805-826, 2020
Artificial intelligence approaches to predicting and detecting cognitive decline in older adults: A conceptual review
SA Graham, EE Lee, DV Jeste, R Van Patten, EW Twamley, C Nebeker, ...
Psychiatry research 284, 112732, 2020
Examining design and inter-rater reliability of a rubric measuring research quality across multiple disciplines
MJ Bresciani, M Oakleaf, F Kolkhorst, C Nebeker, J Barlow, K Duncan, ...
Practical Assessment, Research, and Evaluation 14 (1), 12, 2019
Development of a decision-making checklist tool to support technology selection in digital health research
C Nebeker, RJ Bartlett Ellis, J Torous
Translational behavioral medicine 10 (4), 1004-1015, 2020
Ethical and regulatory challenges of research using pervasive sensing and other emerging technologies: IRB perspectives
C Nebeker, J Harlow, R Espinoza Giacinto, R Orozco-Linares, CS Bloss, ...
AJOB empirical bioethics 8 (4), 266-276, 2017
Engaging research participants to inform the ethical conduct of mobile imaging, pervasive sensing, and location tracking research
C Nebeker, T Lagare, M Takemoto, B Lewars, K Crist, CS Bloss, J Kerr
Translational behavioral medicine 6 (4), 577-586, 2016
Navigating ethics in the digital age: introducing connected and open research ethics (CORE), a tool for researchers and institutional review boards
J Torous, C Nebeker
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (2), e6793, 2017
The role of community health workers (CHWs) in health promotion research: ethical challenges and practical solutions
J Terpstra, KJ Coleman, G Simon, C Nebeker
Health promotion practice 12 (1), 86-93, 2011
Banbury forum consensus statement on the path forward for digital mental health treatment
DC Mohr, F Azocar, A Bertagnolli, T Choudhury, P Chrisp, R Frank, ...
Psychiatric Services 72 (6), 677-683, 2021
Ethics review of big data research: What should stay and what should be reformed?
A Ferretti, M Ienca, M Sheehan, A Blasimme, ES Dove, B Farsides, ...
BMC medical ethics 22 (1), 51, 2021
Acceptance of mobile health in communities underrepresented in biomedical research: barriers and ethical considerations for scientists
C Nebeker, K Murray, C Holub, J Haughton, EM Arredondo
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 5 (6), e6494, 2017
Approaches to governance of participant-led research: a qualitative case study
AD Grant, GI Wolf, C Nebeker
BMJ open 9 (4), e025633, 2019
An investigation of cognitive style and alcohol/work-related problems among naval personnel
RM Jones, CN Ross, BR Hartmann
Journal of drug education 22 (3), 241-251, 1992
International research collaborations
MS Anderson, NH Steneck
Taylor & Francis., 2011
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