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Published on 19.08.16 in Vol 4, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

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Works citing "Increasing Nonsedentary Behaviors in University Students Using Text Messages: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.5411):

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  1. Willoughby JF, Liu S. Do pictures help tell the story? An experimental test of narrative and emojis in a health text message intervention. Computers in Human Behavior 2018;79:75
  2. Eckerstorfer LV, Tanzer NK, Vogrincic-Haselbacher C, Kedia G, Brohmer H, Dinslaken I, Corcoran K. Key Elements of mHealth Interventions to Successfully Increase Physical Activity: Meta-Regression. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(11):e10076
  3. Murtagh E, Barnes A, McMullen J, Morgan P. Mothers and teenage daughters walking to health: using the behaviour change wheel to develop an intervention to improve adolescent girls' physical activity. Public Health 2018;158:37
  4. Castro O, Bennie J, Vergeer I, Bosselut G, Biddle SJ. Correlates of sedentary behaviour in university students: A systematic review. Preventive Medicine 2018;116:194
  5. Sui W, Prapavessis H. Standing Up for Student Health: An Application of the Health Action Process Approach for Reducing Student Sedentary Behavior-Randomised Control Pilot Trial. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being 2018;10(1):87
  6. Rehman H, Kamal AK, Sayani S, Morris PB, Merchant AT, Virani SS. Using Mobile Health (mHealth) Technology in the Management of Diabetes Mellitus, Physical Inactivity, and Smoking. Current Atherosclerosis Reports 2017;19(4)