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Published on 19.02.18 in Vol 6, No 2 (2018): February

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Works citing "Mobile Phone Ownership Is Not a Serious Barrier to Participation in Studies: Descriptive Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mhealth.8123):

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  1. Bommakanti KK, Smith LL, Liu L, Do D, Cuevas-Mota J, Collins K, Munoz F, Rodwell TC, Garfein RS. Requiring smartphone ownership for mHealth interventions: who could be left out?. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1)
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  2. Solk P, Gavin K, Fanning J, Welch W, Lloyd G, Cottrell A, Nielsen A, Santa Maria CA, Gradishar W, Khan SA, Kulkarni S, Siddique J, Phillips SM. Feasibility and acceptability of intensive longitudinal data collection of activity and patient-reported outcomes during chemotherapy for breast cancer. Quality of Life Research 2019;
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  3. Stieger M, Nißen M, Rüegger D, Kowatsch T, Flückiger C, Allemand M. PEACH, a smartphone- and conversational agent-based coaching intervention for intentional personality change: study protocol of a randomized, wait-list controlled trial. BMC Psychology 2018;6(1)
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