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Published on 28.06.17 in Vol 5, No 6 (2017): June

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Works citing "Users’ Adoption of Mental Health Apps: Examining the Impact of Information Cues"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.6827):

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  1. Marshall JM, Dunstan DA, Bartik W. Clinical or gimmickal: The use and effectiveness of mobile mental health apps for treating anxiety and depression. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2020;54(1):20
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  2. Biviji R, Vest JR, Dixon BE, Cullen T, Harle CA. Factors Related to User Ratings and User Downloads of Mobile Apps for Maternal and Infant Health: A Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(1):e15663
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  3. Biviji R, Vest JR, Dixon BE, Cullen T, Harle CA. Content analysis of behavior change techniques in maternal and infant health apps. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2020;
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  4. Marshall JM, Dunstan DA, Bartik W. Apps With Maps—Anxiety and Depression Mobile Apps With Evidence-Based Frameworks: Systematic Search of Major App Stores. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(6):e16525
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  5. Marshall JM, Dunstan DA, Bartik W. The Digital Psychiatrist: In Search of Evidence-Based Apps for Anxiety and Depression. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2019;10
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  6. Apolinário-Hagen J, Hennemann S, Fritsche L, Drüge M, Breil B. Determinant Factors of Public Acceptance of Stress Management Apps: Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(11):e15373
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  7. Huckvale K, Torous J, Larsen ME. Assessment of the Data Sharing and Privacy Practices of Smartphone Apps for Depression and Smoking Cessation. JAMA Network Open 2019;2(4):e192542
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  8. Carlo AD, Hosseini Ghomi R, Renn BN, Areán PA. By the numbers: ratings and utilization of behavioral health mobile applications. npj Digital Medicine 2019;2(1)
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  9. Khalemsky M, Schwartz DG, Silberg T, Khalemsky A, Jaffe E, Herbst R. Childrens' and Parents' Willingness to Join a Smartphone-Based Emergency Response Community for Anaphylaxis: Survey. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(8):e13892
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  10. Ye Q, Deng Z, Chen Y, Liao J, Li G, Lu Y. How Resource Scarcity and Accessibility Affect Patients’ Usage of Mobile Health in China: Resource Competition Perspective. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(8):e13491
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  11. Beldad A, Voutsas C. Understanding the Motivation to Write Reviews for Mobile Apps among German Users: Testing the Expanded Theory of Planned Behavior Using a Structural Equation Modeling Approach. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2018;3(4):301
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  12. Harrison J, Baker M. Attitudes of dual diagnosis service users to mobile apps that aid treatment adherence. Mental Health Practice 2018;21(10):29
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  13. Calvo RA, Dinakar K, Picard R, Christensen H, Torous J. Toward Impactful Collaborations on Computing and Mental Health. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(2):e49
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  14. Schueller SM, Neary M, O'Loughlin K, Adkins EC. Discovery of and Interest in Health Apps Among Those With Mental Health Needs: Survey and Focus Group Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(6):e10141
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  1. Martinez-Martin N. Ethical Dimensions of Commercial and DIY Neurotechnologies. 2020. :63
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