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Published on 16.12.15 in Vol 3, No 4 (2015): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Web-Based and Mobile Delivery of an Episodic Future Thinking Intervention for Overweight and Obese Families: A Feasibility Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4603):

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  1. Hollis-Hansen K, Seidman J, O'Donnell S, Epstein LH. Episodic future thinking and grocery shopping online. Appetite 2019;133:1
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  2. O'Donnell S, Daniel TO, Koroschetz J, Kilanowski C, Otminski A, Bickel WK, Epstein LH. Do process simulations during episodic future thinking enhance the reduction of delay discounting for middle income participants and those living in poverty?. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 2018;
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  3. Stein JS, Tegge AN, Turner JK, Bickel WK. Episodic future thinking reduces delay discounting and cigarette demand: an investigation of the good-subject effect. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2018;41(2):269
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  4. Sheffer CE, Miller A, Bickel WK, Devonish JA, O’Connor RJ, Wang C, Rivard C, Gage‐Bouchard EA. The treasure of now and an uncertain future: Delay discounting and health behaviors among cancer survivors. Cancer 2018;124(24):4711
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  5. Hayes JF, Eichen DM, Barch DM, Wilfley DE. Executive function in childhood obesity: Promising intervention strategies to optimize treatment outcomes. Appetite 2018;124:10
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  6. Jake-Schoffman DE, Turner-McGrievy G, Wilcox S, Moore JB, Hussey JR, Kaczynski AT. The mFIT (Motivating Families with Interactive Technology) Study: a Randomized Pilot to Promote Physical Activity and Healthy Eating Through Mobile Technology. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2018;3(3):179
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  7. Darling KE, Sato AF. Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Examining the Effectiveness of Mobile Health Technologies in Using Self-Monitoring for Pediatric Weight Management. Childhood Obesity 2017;13(5):347
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  8. Sze YY, Stein JS, Bickel WK, Paluch RA, Epstein LH. Bleak Present, Bright Future: Online Episodic Future Thinking, Scarcity, Delay Discounting, and Food Demand. Clinical Psychological Science 2017;5(4):683
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  9. Mead E, Brown T, Rees K, Azevedo LB, Whittaker V, Jones D, Olajide J, Mainardi GM, Corpeleijn E, O'Malley C, Beardsmore E, Al-Khudairy L, Baur L, Metzendorf M, Demaio A, Ells LJ. Diet, physical activity and behavioural interventions for the treatment of overweight or obese children from the age of 6 to 11 years. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017;
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  10. Stein JS, Sze YY, Athamneh L, Koffarnus MN, Epstein LH, Bickel WK. Think fast: rapid assessment of the effects of episodic future thinking on delay discounting in overweight/obese participants. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2017;40(5):832
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  11. Stoeckel LE, Birch LL, Heatherton T, Mann T, Hunter C, Czajkowski S, Onken L, Berger PK, Savage CR. Psychological and neural contributions to appetite self-regulation. Obesity 2017;25:S17
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  12. Thiha P, Pisani AR, Gurditta K, Cherry E, Peterson DR, Kautz H, Wyman PA. Efficacy of Web-Based Collection of Strength-Based Testimonials for Text Message Extension of Youth Suicide Prevention Program: Randomized Controlled Experiment. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e164
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  13. Stein JS, Wilson AG, Koffarnus MN, Daniel TO, Epstein LH, Bickel WK. Unstuck in time: episodic future thinking reduces delay discounting and cigarette smoking. Psychopharmacology 2016;233(21-22):3771
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  14. O'Neill J, Daniel TO, Epstein LH. Episodic future thinking reduces eating in a food court. Eating Behaviors 2016;20:9
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.4603)

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  1. Bickel WK, Stein JS, Moody LN, Snider SE, Mellis AM, Quisenberry AJ. Impulsivity. 2017. Chapter 8:227
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