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Published on 05.05.16 in Vol 4, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Using Mobile Apps to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle Among Adolescents and Students: A Review of the Theoretical Basis and Lessons Learned"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3559):

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  1. Pope L, Garnett B, Dibble M. Lessons Learned Through the Implementation of an eHealth Physical Activity Gaming Intervention with High School Youth. Games for Health Journal 2018;7(2):136
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  2. Tran BX, Zhang MW, Le HT, Nguyen HD, Nguyen LH, Nguyen QLT, Tran TD, Latkin CA, Ho RC. What Drives Young Vietnamese to Use Mobile Health Innovations? Implications for Health Communication and Behavioral Interventions. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(11):e194
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  3. Imschloss M, Lorenz J. How Mobile App Design Impacts User Responses to Mixed Self-Tracking Outcomes: Randomized Online Experiment to Explore the Role of Spatial Distance for Hedonic Editing. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(4):e81
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  4. Faiola A, Papautsky EL, Isola M. Empowering the Aging with Mobile Health: A mHealth Framework for Supporting Sustainable Healthy Lifestyle Behavior. Current Problems in Cardiology 2018;
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  5. Timpel P, Cesena FHY, da Silva Costa C, Soldatelli MD, Gois E, Castrillon E, Díaz LJJ, Repetto GM, Hagos F, Castillo Yermenos RE, Pacheco-Barrios K, Musallam W, Braid Z, Khidir N, Romo Guardado M, Roepke RML. Efficacy of gamification-based smartphone application for weight loss in overweight and obese adolescents: study protocol for a phase II randomized controlled trial. Therapeutic Advances in Endocrinology and Metabolism 2018;9(6):167
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  6. De Cock N, Van Lippevelde W, Vangeel J, Notebaert M, Beullens K, Eggermont S, Deforche B, Maes L, Goossens L, Verbeken S, Moens E, Vervoort L, Braet C, Huybregts L, Kolsteren P, Van Camp J, Lachat C. Feasibility and impact study of a reward-based mobile application to improve adolescents’ snacking habits. Public Health Nutrition 2018;21(12):2329
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  7. Dallinga J, Janssen M, van der Werf J, Walravens R, Vos S, Deutekom M. Analysis of the Features Important for the Effectiveness of Physical Activity–Related Apps for Recreational Sports: Expert Panel Approach. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(6):e143
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  8. Champion KE, Mather M, Spring B, Kay-Lambkin F, Teesson M, Newton NC. Clustering of Multiple Risk Behaviors Among a Sample of 18-Year-Old Australians and Associations With Mental Health Outcomes: A Latent Class Analysis. Frontiers in Public Health 2018;6
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  9. Chau MM, Burgermaster M, Mamykina L. The use of social media in nutrition interventions for adolescents and young adults—A systematic review. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2018;120:77
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  10. Touyz L, Cohen J, Wakefield C, Grech A, Garnett S, Gohil P, Cohn R. Design and Rationale for a Parent-Led Intervention to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Intake in Young Childhood Cancer Survivors (Reboot): Protocol for a Pilot Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2018;7(5):e129
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  11. Rivera J, McPherson AC, Hamilton J, Birken C, Coons M, Peters M, Iyer S, George T, Nguyen C, Stinson J. User-Centered Design of a Mobile App for Weight and Health Management in Adolescents With Complex Health Needs: Qualitative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2018;2(1):e7
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  12. Simons D, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Clarys P, De Cocker K, Vandelanotte C, Deforche B. A Smartphone App to Promote an Active Lifestyle in Lower-Educated Working Young Adults: Development, Usability, Acceptability, and Feasibility Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(2):e44
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  13. van Dijk MR, Koster MP, Willemsen SP, Huijgen NA, Laven JS, Steegers-Theunissen RP. Healthy preconception nutrition and lifestyle using personalized mobile health coaching is associated with enhanced pregnancy chance. Reproductive BioMedicine Online 2017;35(4):453
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  14. Levin-Zamir D, Leung AYM, Dodson S, Rowlands G. Health literacy in selected populations: Individuals, families, and communities from the international and cultural perspective. Information Services & Use 2017;37(2):131
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  16. Champion KE, Newton NC, Spring B, Wafford QE, Parmenter BJ, Teesson M. A systematic review of school-based eHealth interventions targeting alcohol use, smoking, physical inactivity, diet, sedentary behaviour and sleep among adolescents: a review protocol. Systematic Reviews 2017;6(1)
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  17. Kerner C, Goodyear VA. The Motivational Impact of Wearable Healthy Lifestyle Technologies: A Self-determination Perspective on Fitbits With Adolescents. American Journal of Health Education 2017;48(5):287
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  18. DiFilippo KN, Huang W, Chapman-Novakofski KM. A New Tool for Nutrition App Quality Evaluation (AQEL): Development, Validation, and Reliability Testing. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(10):e163
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.3559)

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  1. Hambrock HB, Richter RG. Ubiquitous Inclusive Learning in a Digital Era. 2019. chapter 4:81
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  2. Döring N, Mohseni MR. Lernen mit Bildungstechnologien. 2018. Chapter 22-1:1
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