Elizabeth Sillence
Elizabeth Sillence
PaCT Lab, Department of Psychology, Northumbria University
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How do patients evaluate and make use of online health information?
E Sillence, P Briggs, PR Harris, L Fishwick
Social science & medicine 64 (9), 1853-1862, 2007
Trust and mistrust of online health sites
E Sillence, P Briggs, L Fishwick, P Harris
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2004
A framework for understanding trust factors in web-based health advice
E Sillence, P Briggs, P Harris, L Fishwick
International Journal of Human-computer studies 64 (8), 697-713, 2006
Going online for health advice: changes in usage and trust practices over the last five years
E Sillence, P Briggs, P Harris, L Fishwick
Interacting with computers 19 (3), 397-406, 2007
It won’t happen to me: Promoting secure behaviour among internet users
N Davinson, E Sillence
Computers in human behavior 26 (6), 1739-1747, 2010
Children's understandings’ of obesity, a thematic analysis
AL Fielden, E Sillence, L Little
International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being 6 (3 …, 2011
Giving and receiving peer advice in an online breast cancer support group
E Sillence
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (6), 480-485, 2013
Health websites that people can trust–the case of hypertension
E Sillence, P Briggs, P Harris, L Fishwick
Interacting with computers 19 (1), 32-42, 2007
Perceived threat and corroboration: key factors that improve a predictive model of trust in internet-based health information and advice
PR Harris, E Sillence, P Briggs
Journal of medical Internet research 13 (3), e51, 2011
Please advise: using the Internet for health and financial advice
E Sillence, P Briggs
Computers in Human Behavior 23 (1), 727-748, 2007
Using the health belief model to explore users' perceptions of ‘being safe and secure’in the world of technology mediated financial transactions
N Davinson, E Sillence
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 72 (2), 154-168, 2014
Digital hoarding behaviours: Underlying motivations and potential negative consequences
G Sweeten, E Sillence, N Neave
Computers in Human Behavior 85, 54-60, 2018
The effect of credibility-related design cues on responses to a web-based message about the breast cancer risks from alcohol: randomized controlled trial
P Harris, E Sillence, P Briggs
Journal of Medical Internet Research 11 (3), e1097, 2009
Seeking out very like-minded others: exploring trust and advice issues in an online health support group
E Sillence
International Journal of Web Based Communities 6 (4), 376-394, 2010
Integrated digital communities: combining web-based interaction with text messaging to develop a system for encouraging group communication and competition
E Sillence, C Baber
Interacting with computers 16 (1), 93-113, 2004
Why don't we trust health websites that help us help each other? An analysis of online peer-to-peer healthcare
E Sillence, C Hardy, P Briggs
Proceedings of the 5th Annual ACM Web Science Conference, 396-404, 2013
A revised model of trust in internet-based health information and advice: cross-sectional questionnaire study
E Sillence, JM Blythe, P Briggs, M Moss
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (11), e11125, 2019
The role of internet resources in health decision-making: a qualitative study
LG Bussey, E Sillence
Digital Health 5, 2055207619888073, 2019
Buffering against academic loneliness: The benefits of social media-based peer support during postgraduate study
CJ McLaughlin, E Sillence
Active Learning in Higher Education 24 (1), 63-76, 2023
Digital hoarding behaviours: Measurement and evaluation
N Neave, P Briggs, K McKellar, E Sillence
Computers in Human Behavior 96, 72-77, 2019
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