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Published on 12.04.17 in Vol 5, No 4 (2017): April

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Works citing "Immediate Mood Scaler: Tracking Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety Using a Novel Mobile Mood Scale"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.6544):

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  1. Rao VR, Sellers KK, Wallace DL, Lee MB, Bijanzadeh M, Sani OG, Yang Y, Shanechi MM, Dawes HE, Chang EF. Direct Electrical Stimulation of Lateral Orbitofrontal Cortex Acutely Improves Mood in Individuals with Symptoms of Depression. Current Biology 2018;
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  3. Yang Y, Connolly AT, Shanechi MM. A control-theoretic system identification framework and a real-time closed-loop clinical simulation testbed for electrical brain stimulation. Journal of Neural Engineering 2018;15(6):066007
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  4. Sani OG, Yang Y, Lee MB, Dawes HE, Chang EF, Shanechi MM. Mood variations decoded from multi-site intracranial human brain activity. Nature Biotechnology 2018;
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  5. Kirkby LA, Luongo FJ, Lee MB, Nahum M, Van Vleet TM, Rao VR, Dawes HE, Chang EF, Sohal VS. An Amygdala-Hippocampus Subnetwork that Encodes Variation in Human Mood. Cell 2018;175(6):1688
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