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Spiro, E., Starbird, C., Dailey, D., Mohamed, O., & Lee, G. (2018). Engage early, correct more: How journalists participate in false rumors online during crisis events.In Proceedings of the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Spiro, E., Zeng, L., & Almquist, W. (2017). Let’s workout! Exploring social exercise in an online fitness community. In Proceedings of the iConference.

Spiro, E., Starbird, C., Krafft, P., Zhou, K., & Edwards, I. (2017). Centralized, parallel, and distributed information processing during collective sensemaking.

Spiro, E., Reed, P. J., & Butts, C. T. (2016). Thumbs up for privacy?: Differences in online self-disclosure behavior across national cultures. In Social Science Research, 59, 155-170.

Spiro, E., Almquist, Z. W., & Butts, C. T. (2016). The persistence of division: Geography, institutions, and online friendship ties. In Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 2, 1-15.

Spiro, E., Fitzhugh, S. M., Gibson, C. B., & Butts, C. T. (2016). Spatio-temporal filtering techniques for the detection of disaster-related communication. In Social Science Research, 59, 137-154.

Spiro, E. (2016). Research opportunities at the intersection of social media and survey data. In Current Opinion in Psychology, Social Media and Applications to Health Behavior , 9, 67-71.

Spiro, E., Matias, J. N., & Monroy-Hernandez, A. (2016). Networks of gratitude: Structures of thanks and user expectations in workplace appreciation systems. AAAI. (Acceptance Rate: 17%)

Spiro, E., Starbird, C., Andrews, C., Fichet, E., & Ding, Y. (2016). Keeping up with the Tweet-dashians: The impact of 'official' accounts on online rumoring.

Spiro, E., Starbird, C., Arif, A., Shanahan, K., Chou, F., & Dosouto, Y. (2016). How information snowballs: Exploring the role of exposure in online rumor propagation.

Spiro, E., Arya, S., & Almquist, Z. W. (2016). Geo-social rankings derived from activity-based apps.

Spiro, E., Starbird, C., Edwards, I., Zhou, K., Maddock, J., & Narasimhan, S. (2016). Could this be true? I think so! Expressed uncertainty in online rumoring. In Proceedings of the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Spiro, E., McCormick, T., Lee, H., Cesare, N., & Shojaie, A. (2015). Using Twitter for demographic and social science research: Tools for data collection. In Sociological Methods and Research, 46 (3) , 390-421. Sage Journals.

Spiro, E., Starbird, C., Arif, A., Chou, F., Narasimham, S., Maddock, J., Shanahan, K., & Robinson, J. (2015). Expressed uncertainty and denials as signals of online rumoring.

Spiro, E., Sutton, J., Gibson, C. B., Phillips, N. E., League, C., Johnson, B., Fitzhugh, S. M., & Butts, C. T. (2015). A cross-hazard analysis of terse message retransmission on Twitter. In Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 112 (48) , 14793-14798.

Spiro, E., Sutton, J., Fitzhugh, S., Greczek, M., Pierski, N., & Butts, C. T. (2012). Rumoring during extreme events: A case study of Deepwater Horizon 2010. 275–283. ACM.