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Published on 13.03.15 in Vol 3, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "A Mobile Phone Food Record App to Digitally Capture Dietary Intake for Adolescents in a Free-Living Environment: Usability Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3324):

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  1. Béjar LM, García-Perea MD, Reyes A, Vázquez-Limón E. Relative Validity of a Method Based on a Smartphone App (Electronic 12-Hour Dietary Recall) to Estimate Habitual Dietary Intake in Adults. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(4):e11531
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  2. Gonçalves RFDM, Barreto DDA, Monteiro PI, Zangeronimo MG, Castelo PM, van der Bilt A, Pereira LJ. Smartphone use while eating increases caloric ingestion. Physiology & Behavior 2019;204:93
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  3. Spruijt-Metz D, Wen CKF, Bell BM, Intille S, Huang JS, Baranowski T. Advances and Controversies in Diet and Physical Activity Measurement in Youth. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2018;55(4):e81
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  4. Beltran A, Dadabhoy H, Ryan C, Dholakia R, Jia W, Baranowski J, Sun M, Baranowski T. Dietary Assessment with a Wearable Camera among Children: Feasibility and Intercoder Reliability. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2018;118(11):2144
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  5. Béjar LM, Reyes A, García-Perea MD. Electronic 12-Hour Dietary Recall (e-12HR): Comparison of a Mobile Phone App for Dietary Intake Assessment With a Food Frequency Questionnaire and Four Dietary Records. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(6):e10409
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  6. Fowler LA, Yingling LR, Brooks AT, Wallen GR, Peters-Lawrence M, McClurkin M, Wiley Jr KL, Mitchell VM, Johnson TD, Curry KE, Johnson AA, Graham AP, Graham LA, Powell-Wiley TM. Digital Food Records in Community-Based Interventions: Mixed-Methods Pilot Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(7):e160
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  7. Warren J, Guelinckx I, Livingstone B, Potischman N, Nelson M, Foster E, Holmes B. Challenges in the assessment of total fluid intake in children and adolescents: a discussion paper. European Journal of Nutrition 2018;57(S3):43
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  8. Chib A, Lin SH. Theoretical Advancements in mHealth: A Systematic Review of Mobile Apps. Journal of Health Communication 2018;23(10-11):909
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  9. Fatehah AA, Poh BK, Shanita SN, Wong JE. Feasibility of Reviewing Digital Food Images for Dietary Assessment among Nutrition Professionals. Nutrients 2018;10(8):984
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  10. Boushey CJ, Spoden M, Zhu FM, Delp EJ, Kerr DA. New mobile methods for dietary assessment: review of image-assisted and image-based dietary assessment methods. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 2017;76(3):283
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  11. Bathgate K, Sherriff J, Leonard H, Dhaliwal S, Delp E, Boushey C, Kerr D. Feasibility of Assessing Diet with a Mobile Food  Record for Adolescents and Young Adults with  Down Syndrome. Nutrients 2017;9(3):273
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  12. Béjar LM. First evaluation steps of a new method for dietary intake estimation regarding a list of key food groups in adults and in different sociodemographic and health-related behaviour strata. Public Health Nutrition 2017;20(15):2660
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  13. Boushey C, Spoden M, Delp E, Zhu F, Bosch M, Ahmad Z, Shvetsov Y, DeLany J, Kerr D. Reported Energy Intake Accuracy Compared to Doubly Labeled Water and Usability of the Mobile Food Record among Community Dwelling Adults. Nutrients 2017;9(3):312
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  14. Tay I, Garland S, Gorelik A, Wark JD. Development and Testing of a Mobile Phone App for Self-Monitoring of Calcium Intake in Young Women. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(3):e27
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  15. Chen Y, Wong J, Ayob A, Othman N, Poh B. Can Malaysian Young Adults Report Dietary Intake Using a Food Diary Mobile Application? A Pilot Study on Acceptability and Compliance. Nutrients 2017;9(1):62
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  16. Wahl DR, Villinger K, König LM, Ziesemer K, Schupp HT, Renner B. Healthy food choices are happy food choices: Evidence from a real life sample using smartphone based assessments. Scientific Reports 2017;7(1)
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  17. Bejar LM, Sharp BN, García-Perea MD. The e-EPIDEMIOLOGY Mobile Phone App for Dietary Intake Assessment: Comparison with a Food Frequency Questionnaire. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(4):e208
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  18. Segovia-Siapco G, Sabaté J. Using Personal Mobile Phones to Assess Dietary Intake in Free-Living Adolescents: Comparison of Face-to-Face Versus Telephone Training. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(3):e91
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  19. Kourkoutas Y, Chorianopoulos N, Nisiotou A, Valdramidis VP, Karatzas KAG. Application of Innovative Technologies for Improved Food Quality and Safety. BioMed Research International 2016;2016:1
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  20. Storey KE. A changing landscape. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care 2015;18(5):437
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  21. Ferri E, Galimberti A, Casiraghi M, Airoldi C, Ciaramelli C, Palmioli A, Mezzasalma V, Bruni I, Labra M. Towards a Universal Approach Based on Omics Technologies for the Quality Control of Food. BioMed Research International 2015;2015:1
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3324)

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  1. Konishi T, Nagata M, Honjo M, Yoneyama A, Kurokawa M, Mishima K. Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining. 2019. Chapter 25:310
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  2. Galhotra R. Nutrients in Dairy and their Implications on Health and Disease. 2017. :43
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  3. Thompson FE, Subar AF. Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease. 2017. :5
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