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Published on 11.12.17 in Vol 5, No 12 (2017): December

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Works citing "Predictors of Playing Augmented Reality Mobile Games While Walking Based on the Theory of Planned Behavior: Web-Based Survey"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.8470):

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  1. Baranowski T, Lyons EJ. Scoping Review of Pokémon Go: Comprehensive Assessment of Augmented Reality for Physical Activity Change. Games for Health Journal 2020;9(2):71
  2. Ross J, Vidovich MI. Relative importance of attribute preferences for radial vs. femoral arterial access: A crowdsourcing study of healthy online-recruited volunteers. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions 2019;93(7):1237
  3. Baranowski T. Increasing physical activity among children and adolescents: Innovative ideas needed. Journal of Sport and Health Science 2019;8(1):1
  4. Militello LK, Hanna N, Nigg CR. Pokémon GO Within the Context of Family Health: Retrospective Study. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2018;1(2):e10679
  5. Soela Kim , Jeong Yeob Han . Co-presence in Gamified Geosocial Mobile Fitness Applications: Its Determinants and Effects on Perceived Support, Exercise Self-Efficacy, and Exercise Adherence. Health Communication Research 2018;17(2):33
  6. Chukwuma-Nwuba EO. The influence of culture on entrepreneurial intentions: a Nigerian university graduates’ perspective. Transnational Corporations Review 2018;10(3):213