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Published on 21.09.17 in Vol 5, No 9 (2017): September

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Works citing "Social Communication Coaching Smartglasses: Well Tolerated in a Diverse Sample of Children and Adults With Autism"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.8534):

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  1. Khowaja K, Salim SS, Asemi A, Ghulamani S, Shah A. A systematic review of modalities in computer-based interventions (CBIs) for language comprehension and decoding skills of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Universal Access in the Information Society 2019;
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  2. Vahabzadeh A, Keshav N, Abdus-Sabur R, Huey K, Liu R, Sahin N. Improved Socio-Emotional and Behavioral Functioning in Students with Autism Following School-Based Smartglasses Intervention: Multi-Stage Feasibility and Controlled Efficacy Study. Behavioral Sciences 2018;8(10):85
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  3. Keshav N, Vahabzadeh A, Abdus-Sabur R, Huey K, Salisbury J, Liu R, Sahin N. Longitudinal Socio-Emotional Learning Intervention for Autism via Smartglasses: Qualitative School Teacher Descriptions of Practicality, Usability, and Efficacy in General and Special Education Classroom Settings. Education Sciences 2018;8(3):107
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  4. Salisbury JP, Keshav NU, Sossong AD, Sahin NT. Concussion Assessment With Smartglasses: Validation Study of Balance Measurement Toward a Lightweight, Multimodal, Field-Ready Platform. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(1):e15
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  5. Sahin NT, Keshav NU, Salisbury JP, Vahabzadeh A. Second Version of Google Glass as a Wearable Socio-Affective Aid: Positive School Desirability, High Usability, and Theoretical Framework in a Sample of Children with Autism. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(1):e1
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  6. Sahin N, Keshav N, Salisbury J, Vahabzadeh A. Safety and Lack of Negative Effects of Wearable Augmented-Reality Social Communication Aid for Children and Adults with Autism. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2018;7(8):188
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  7. Vahabzadeh A, Keshav NU, Salisbury JP, Sahin NT. Improvement of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms in School-Aged Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults With Autism via a Digital Smartglasses-Based Socioemotional Coaching Aid: Short-Term, Uncontrolled Pilot Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(2):e25
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  8. Sahin NT, Abdus-Sabur R, Keshav NU, Liu R, Salisbury JP, Vahabzadeh A. Case Study of a Digital Augmented Reality Intervention for Autism in School Classrooms: Associated With Improved Social Communication, Cognition, and Motivation via Educator and Parent Assessment. Frontiers in Education 2018;3
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.8534)

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  1. Turnacioglu S, McCleery JP, Parish-Morris J, Sazawal V, Solorzano R. Virtual and Augmented Reality in Mental Health Treatment. 2019. chapter 8:118
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