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Published on 10.11.14 in Vol 2, No 4 (2014): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Parent-Targeted Mobile Phone Intervention to Increase Physical Activity in Sedentary Children: Randomized Pilot Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3420):

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  1. Yang Q, Van Stee SK. The Comparative Effectiveness of Mobile Phone Interventions in Improving Health Outcomes: Meta-Analytic Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e11244
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  2. Healy S, Marchand G. The Feasibility of Project CHASE: A Facebook-Delivered, Parent-Mediated Physical Activity Intervention for Children with Autism. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 2019;:1
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  3. Newton Jr RL, Carter LA, Johnson W, Zhang D, Larrivee S, Kennedy BM, Harris M, Hsia DS. A Church-Based Weight Loss Intervention in African American Adults using Text Messages (LEAN Study): Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(8):e256
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  4. Parra S, Ortega A, Kanter R, Kain J, Ma WWK. Process of developing text messages on healthy eating and physical activity for Chilean mothers with overweight or obese preschool children to be delivered via WhatsApp. Cogent Social Sciences 2018;4(1)
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  5. Hasson RE. Addressing Disparities in Physical Activity Participation Among African American and Latino Youth. Kinesiology Review 2018;7(2):163
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  6. Strutz E, Browning R, Smith S, Lohse B, Cunningham-Sabo L. Accelerometry-Derived Physical Activity Correlations Between Parents and Their Fourth-Grade Child Are Specific to Time of Day and Activity Level. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 2018;15(6):440
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  7. Staiano AE, Beyl RA, Hsia DS, Jarrell AR, Katzmarzyk PT, Mantzor S, Newton RL, Tyson P. Step Tracking with Goals Increases Children's Weight Loss in Behavioral Intervention. Childhood Obesity 2017;13(4):283
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  8. Abaza H, Marschollek M. mHealth Application Areas and Technology Combinations. Methods of Information in Medicine 2017;56(S 01):e105
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  9. Böhm B, Scheel SD, Oberhoffer R. Effects of mHealth including Wearable Activity Trackers to Increase Physical Activity Outcomes among Healthy Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review (Preprint). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;
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  10. Broyles ST, Myers CA, Drazba KT, Marker AM, Church TS, Newton RL. The Influence of Neighborhood Crime on Increases in Physical Activity during a Pilot Physical Activity Intervention in Children. Journal of Urban Health 2016;93(2):271
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  11. Neubeck L, Lowres N, Benjamin EJ, Freedman SB, Coorey G, Redfern J. The mobile revolution—using smartphone apps to prevent cardiovascular disease. Nature Reviews Cardiology 2015;12(6):350
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  12. Litman L, Rosen Z, Spierer D, Weinberger-Litman S, Goldschein A, Robinson J. Mobile Exercise Apps and Increased Leisure Time Exercise Activity: A Moderated Mediation Analysis of the Role of Self-Efficacy and Barriers. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(8):e195
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