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Published on 24.04.15 in Vol 3, No 2 (2015): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "A New Mobile Phone-Based Tool for Assessing Energy and Certain Food Intakes in Young Children: A Validation Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3670):

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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. Eldridge A, Piernas C, Illner A, Gibney M, Gurinović M, de Vries J, Cade J. Evaluation of New Technology-Based Tools for Dietary Intake Assessment—An ILSI Europe Dietary Intake and Exposure Task Force Evaluation. Nutrients 2018;11(1):55
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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Steinemann N, Grize L, Ziesemer K, Kauf P, Probst-Hensch N, Brombach C. Relative validation of a food frequency questionnaire to estimate food intake in an adult population. Food & Nutrition Research 2017;61(1):1305193
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  6. 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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  7. Costello N, Deighton K, Dyson J, Mckenna J, Jones B. Snap-N-Send: A valid and reliable method for assessing the energy intake of elite adolescent athletes. European Journal of Sport Science 2017;17(8):1044
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  8. Delisle Nyström C, Forsum E, Henriksson H, Trolle-Lagerros Y, Larsson C, Maddison R, Timpka T, Löf M. A Mobile Phone Based Method to Assess Energy and Food Intake in Young Children: A Validation Study against the Doubly Labelled Water Method and 24 h Dietary Recalls. Nutrients 2016;8(1):50
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  9. Lora KR, Davy B, Hedrick V, Ferris AM, Anderson MP, Wakefield D. Assessing Initial Validity and Reliability of a Beverage Intake Questionnaire in Hispanic Preschool-Aged Children. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2016;116(12):1951
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  10. 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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