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Published on 20.07.17 in Vol 5, No 7 (2017): July

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Works citing "Improving Adherence to Web-Based and Mobile Technologies for People With Psychosis: Systematic Review of New Potential Predictors of Adherence"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.7088):

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  1. Laine A, Välimäki M, Pekurinen V, Löyttyniemi E, Marttunen M, Anttila M. Feasibility, Acceptability, and Preliminary Impacts of Web-Based Patient Education on Patients With Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorder: Quasi-Experimental Cluster Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(10):e13073
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  4. Eisner E, Bucci S, Berry N, Emsley R, Barrowclough C, Drake RJ. Feasibility of using a smartphone app to assess early signs, basic symptoms and psychotic symptoms over six months: A preliminary report. Schizophrenia Research 2019;208:105
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  5. Michalak EE, Morton E, Barnes SJ, Hole R, Murray G. Supporting Self-Management in Bipolar Disorder: Mixed-Methods Knowledge Translation Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(4):e13493
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  8. Eisner E, Drake RJ, Berry N, Barrowclough C, Emsley R, Machin M, Bucci S. Development and Long-Term Acceptability of ExPRESS, a Mobile Phone App to Monitor Basic Symptoms and Early Signs of Psychosis Relapse. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(3):e11568
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  9. Li D, Kong J, Yang Y, Wang S, Wu J, Chao J. Group cognitive behavioural therapy of physical and psychological menopausal symptoms of Chinese women, delivered via Internet and mobile phone versus face to face: A protocol for a randomized non-inferiority trial. Maturitas 2019;129:23
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  11. Lim MH, Penn DL. Using Digital Technology in the Treatment of Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2018;44(5):937
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  12. Hardy A, Wojdecka A, West J, Matthews E, Golby C, Ward T, Lopez ND, Freeman D, Waller H, Kuipers E, Bebbington P, Fowler D, Emsley R, Dunn G, Garety P. How Inclusive, User-Centered Design Research Can Improve Psychological Therapies for Psychosis: Development of SlowMo. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e11222
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  13. Vilardaga R, Rizo J, Ries RK, Kientz JA, Ziedonis DM, Hernandez K, McClernon FJ. Formative, multimethod case studies of learn to quit, an acceptance and commitment therapy smoking cessation app designed for people with serious mental illness. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2018;
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  14. Oh B, Yi G, Han MK, Kim JS, Lee CH, Cho B, Kang HC. Importance of Active Participation in Obesity Management Through Mobile Health Care Programs: Substudy of a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(1):e2
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  15. Bucci S, Morris R, Berry K, Berry N, Haddock G, Barrowclough C, Lewis S, Edge D. Early Psychosis Service User Views on Digital Technology: Qualitative Analysis. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e10091
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  16. Terp M, Jørgensen R, Laursen BS, Mainz J, Bjørnes CD. A Smartphone App to Foster Power in the Everyday Management of Living With Schizophrenia: Qualitative Analysis of Young Adults’ Perspectives. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e10157
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  17. Abu Rahal Z, Vadas L, Manor I, Bloch B, Avital A. Use of information and communication technologies among individuals with and without serious mental illness. Psychiatry Research 2018;266:160
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  19. Vilardaga R, Rizo J, Zeng E, Kientz JA, Ries R, Otis C, Hernandez K. User-Centered Design of Learn to Quit, a Smoking Cessation Smartphone App for People With Serious Mental Illness. JMIR Serious Games 2018;6(1):e2
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  20. Williams A, Fossey E, Farhall J, Foley F, Thomas N. Recovery After Psychosis: Qualitative Study of Service User Experiences of Lived Experience Videos on a Recovery-Oriented Website. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(2):e37
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  21. Torous J, Keshavan M. A new window into psychosis: The rise digital phenotyping, smartphone assessment, and mobile monitoring. Schizophrenia Research 2018;197:67
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  22. Biagianti B, Hidalgo-Mazzei D, Meyer N. Developing digital interventions for people living with serious mental illness: perspectives from three mHealth studies. Evidence Based Mental Health 2017;20(4):98
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  23. Garety PA, Ward T, Freeman D, Fowler D, Emsley R, Dunn G, Kuipers E, Bebbington P, Waller H, Greenwood K, Rus-Calafell M, McGourty A, Hardy A. SlowMo, a digital therapy targeting reasoning in paranoia, versus treatment as usual in the treatment of people who fear harm from others: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2017;18(1)
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  1. Stanimirovic A. Chronic Stress and Its Effect on Brain Structure and Connectivity. 2019. chapter 9:168
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