mental health

Data were collected through the Twitter API, focusing on specific vocabulary related to wildfires, hashtags commonly used during the Tubbs Fire, and terms and hashtags related to mental health, well-being, and physical symptoms associated with smoke and wildfire exposure. We focused exclusively on the period from October 8 to October 31, aligning precisely with the duration of the Tubbs Fire. The final dataset available for analysis consists of 90,759 tweets.

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A two-stage sampling method was employed for this study. In the first stage, five elderly care institutions in Tangshan Province were randomly selected from a pool of 70 institutions listed in the Notice of Hebei Provincial Department of Civil Affairs on the Grading Results of Elderly Care Institutions in January 2022. In the second stage, cluster sampling was conducted among the elderly residents within these five selected institutions.

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The concept of wellness, as proposed by Halbert L. Dunn, recognizes the importance of multiple dimensions, such as social and mental well-being, in maintaining overall health. Neglecting these dimensions can have long-term negative consequences on an individual's mental well-being. In the context of traditional in-person therapy sessions, efforts are made to manually identify underlying factors that contribute to mental disturbances, as these factors, if triggered, can potentially lead to severe mental health disorders.

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 We provide two datasets extracted from Twitter, in Spanish and English, and annotate each one with approximately 1,500 users who have been diagnosed with one of nine different mental disorders (ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, Eating disoders, OCD, PTSD and Schizophrenia) along with 1,700 matched-control users.

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This dataset maps mood to information about the events that influenced the mood. The dataset was obtained using a web-based data collection interface developed by us. The dataset consists of 5245 days of data from 134 participants in the experiment.

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