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Published on 03.08.17 in Vol 5, No 8 (2017): August

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Works citing "How Do Apps Work? An Analysis of Physical Activity App Users’ Perceptions of Behavior Change Mechanisms"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.7206):

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  1. Cushing CC, Fedele DA, Brannon EE, Kichline T. Parents’ Perspectives on the Theoretical Domains Framework Elements Needed in a Pediatric Health Behavior App: A Crowdsourced Social Validity Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(12):e192
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  2. Chang W, Lo S, Kuo C, Wang Y, Hsiao H, Denis F. Development of an intervention tool for precision oral self-care: Personalized and evidence-based practice for patients with periodontal disease. PLOS ONE 2019;14(11):e0225453
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  3. Chiu W, Cho H. The role of technology readiness in individuals' intention to use health and fitness applications: a comparison between users and non-users. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics 2020;ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print)
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  4. Gür F, Gür GC, Ayan V. The Effect of the ERVE Smartphone App on Physical Activity, Quality of Life, Self-Efficacy, and Exercise Motivation for Inactive People: A Randomized Controlled Trial. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2020;:101198
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  5. Kebede M, Steenbock B, Helmer SM, Sill J, Möllers T, Pischke CR. Identifying Evidence-Informed Physical Activity Apps: Content Analysis. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(12):e10314
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  6. Imschloss M, Lorenz J. How Mobile App Design Impacts User Responses to Mixed Self-Tracking Outcomes: Randomized Online Experiment to Explore the Role of Spatial Distance for Hedonic Editing. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(4):e81
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  7. Bardus M, Ali A, Demachkieh F, Hamadeh G. Assessing the Quality of Mobile Phone Apps for Weight Management: User-Centered Study With Employees From a Lebanese University. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(1):e9836
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  8. Davis A, Ellis R. A quasi-experimental investigation of college students’ ratings of two physical activity mobile apps with varied behavior change technique quantity. DIGITAL HEALTH 2019;5:205520761989134
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  9. Tay W, Kaur B, Quek R, Lim J, Henry CJ. Current Developments in Digital Quantitative Volume Estimation for the Optimisation of Dietary Assessment. Nutrients 2020;12(4):1167
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  10. Ernsting C, Stühmann LM, Dombrowski SU, Voigt-Antons J, Kuhlmey A, Gellert P. Associations of Health App Use and Perceived Effectiveness in People With Cardiovascular Diseases and Diabetes: Population-Based Survey. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(3):e12179
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  11. Lindqvist A, Rutberg S, Söderström E, Ek A, Alexandrou C, Maddison R, Löf M. User Perception of a Smartphone App to Promote Physical Activity Through Active Transportation: Inductive Qualitative Content Analysis Within the Smart City Active Mobile Phone Intervention (SCAMPI) Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(8):e19380
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.7206):

  1. Šmahel D, Macháčková H, Šmahelová M, Čevelíček M, Almenara CA, Holubčíková J. Digital Technology, Eating Behaviors, and Eating Disorders. 2018. Chapter 2:21
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