Published on in Vol 9, No 11 (2021): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/32847, first published .
Mechanisms of Smartphone Apps for Cigarette Smoking Cessation: Results of a Serial Mediation Model From the iCanQuit Randomized Trial

Mechanisms of Smartphone Apps for Cigarette Smoking Cessation: Results of a Serial Mediation Model From the iCanQuit Randomized Trial

Mechanisms of Smartphone Apps for Cigarette Smoking Cessation: Results of a Serial Mediation Model From the iCanQuit Randomized Trial

Journals

  1. Bricker J, Mull K, Santiago-Torres M, Miao Z, Perski O, Di C. Smoking Cessation Smartphone App Use Over Time: Predicting 12-Month Cessation Outcomes in a 2-Arm Randomized Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(8):e39208 View
  2. Marler J, Fujii C, Utley M, Balbierz D, Galanko J, Utley D. Outcomes of a Comprehensive Mobile Smoking Cessation Program With Nicotine Replacement Therapy in Adult Smokers: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2022;10(11):e41658 View
  3. Santiago-Torres M, Mull K, Sullivan B, Kendzor D, Bricker J. Efficacy and utilization of smartphone applications for smoking cessation among low-income adults: Secondary analysis of the iCanQuit randomized trial. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2022;231:109258 View
  4. Santiago-Torres M, Mull K, Sullivan B, Zvolensky M, Kahler C, Bricker J. Efficacy of smartphone applications for smoking cessation in heavy-drinking adults: Secondary analysis of the iCanQuit randomized trial. Addictive Behaviors 2022;132:107377 View
  5. Manning V, Whelan D, Piercy H. The current evidence for substance use disorder apps. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 2022;35(4):237 View
  6. Kwon D, Santiago-Torres M, Mull K, Sullivan B, Zvolensky M, Bricker J. Web-delivered Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for smoking cessation: Is it engaging and efficacious for US Hispanic/Latinx adult smokers?. Preventive Medicine Reports 2022;29:101952 View
  7. Santiago-Torres M, Mull K, Sullivan B, Rigotti N, Bricker J. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy-Based Smartphone Applications for Cessation of Tobacco Use among Adults with High Nicotine Dependence: Results from the iCanQuit Randomized Trial. Substance Use & Misuse 2023;58(3):354 View
  8. Kwon D, Santiago-Torres M, Mull K, Sullivan B, Zvolensky M, Bricker J. Web-Delivered Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for Smoking Cessation: Is it Engaging and Efficacious for US Hispanic/Latinx Adult Smokers?. SSRN Electronic Journal 2022 View
  9. Bricker J, Santiago‐Torres M, Mull K, Sullivan B, David S, Schmitz J, Stotts A, Rigotti N. Do medications increase the efficacy of digital interventions for smoking cessation? Secondary results from the iCanQuit randomized trial. Addiction 2023 View
  10. Santiago-Torres M, Mull K, Sullivan B, Bricker J. Relative Efficacy of an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy-Based Smartphone App with a Standard US Clinical Practice Guidelines-Based App for Smoking Cessation in Dual Users of Combustible and Electronic Cigarettes: Secondary Findings from a Randomized Trial. Substance Use & Misuse 2023:1 View
  11. Santiago-Torres M, Mull K, Sullivan B, Matthews A, Skinta M, Thrul J, Vogel E, Bricker J. Do Smartphone Apps Impact Long-Term Smoking Cessation for Sexual and Gender Minority Adults? Exploratory Results from a 2-Arm Randomized Trial Comparing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with Standard US Clinical Practice Guidelines. Journal of Homosexuality 2024:1 View