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Published on 12.03.10 in Vol 12, No 1 (2010): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Effects of Internet Use on Health and Depression: A Longitudinal Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1149):

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  1. Edéll-Gustafsson U, Angelhoff C, Johnsson E, Karlsson J, Mörelius E. Hindering and buffering factors for parental sleep in neonatal care. A phenomenographic study. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2015;24(5-6):717
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  4. Kobrin S, Ferrer R, Meissner H, Tiro J, Hall K, Shmueli-Blumberg D, Rothman A. Use of Health Behavior Theory in Funded Grant Proposals: Cancer Screening Interventions as a Case Study. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2015;
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  5. Banjanin N, Banjanin N, Dimitrijevic I, Pantic I. Relationship between internet use and depression: Focus on physiological mood oscillations, social networking and online addictive behavior. Computers in Human Behavior 2015;43:308
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  6. McElroy E, Shevlin M. The development and initial validation of the cyberchondria severity scale (CSS). Journal of Anxiety Disorders 2014;28(2):259
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  7. Smetaniuk P. A preliminary investigation into the prevalence and prediction of problematic cell phone use. Journal of Behavioral Addictions 2014;3(1):41
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  8. Pantic I. Online Social Networking and Mental Health. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2014;17(10):652
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  9. Domahidi E, Festl R, Quandt T. To dwell among gamers: Investigating the relationship between social online game use and gaming-related friendships. Computers in Human Behavior 2014;35:107
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  10. Lee J, Jeong B. Having mentors and campus social networks moderates the impact of worries and video gaming on depressive symptoms: a moderated mediation analysis. BMC Public Health 2014;14(1):426
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  11. Elliot AJ, Mooney CJ, Douthit KZ, Lynch MF. Predictors of Older Adults' Technology Use and Its Relationship to Depressive Symptoms and Well-being. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 2014;69(5):667
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  13. Rice SM, Goodall J, Hetrick SE, Parker AG, Gilbertson T, Amminger GP, Davey CG, McGorry PD, Gleeson J, Alvarez-Jimenez M. Online and Social Networking Interventions for the Treatment of Depression in Young People: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(9):e206
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  14. Starcevic V, Berle D. Cyberchondria: towards a better understanding of excessive health-related Internet use. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics 2013;13(2):205
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  15. Maloni JA, Przeworski A, Damato EG. Web Recruitment and Internet Use and Preferences Reported by Women With Postpartum Depression After Pregnancy Complications. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 2013;27(2):90
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  16. Leykin Y, Muñoz RF, Contreras O. ARE CONSUMERS OF INTERNET HEALTH INFORMATION “CYBERCHONDRIACS”? CHARACTERISTICS OF 24,965 USERS OF A DEPRESSION SCREENING SITE. Depression and Anxiety 2012;29(1):71
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  17. Locatelli SM, Kluwe K, Bryant FB. Facebook Use and the Tendency to Ruminate among College Students: Testing Mediational Hypotheses. Journal of Educational Computing Research 2012;46(4):377
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  18. Chuang KY, Yang CC. Interaction Patterns of Nurturant Support Exchanged in Online Health Social Networking. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(3):e54
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  19. Tsai H, Tsai Y. Changes in Depressive Symptoms, Social Support, and Loneliness Over 1 Year After a Minimum 3-Month Videoconference Program for Older Nursing Home Residents. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(4):e93
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  20. Hsiao C, Shiau C, Liu Y, Chao MM, Lien C, Chen C, Yen S, Tang S. Use of a Rich Internet Application Solution to Present Medical Images. Journal of Digital Imaging 2011;24(6):967
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  21. Powell J, Inglis N, Ronnie J, Large S. The Characteristics and Motivations of Online Health Information Seekers: Cross-Sectional Survey and Qualitative Interview Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(1):e20
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  22. Schrank B, Sibitz I, Unger A, Amering M. How Patients With Schizophrenia Use the Internet: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(5):e70
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  23. Wicks P, Massagli M, Frost J, Brownstein C, Okun S, Vaughan T, Bradley R, Heywood J. Sharing Health Data for Better Outcomes on PatientsLikeMe. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(2):e19
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  24. Kontos EZ, Emmons KM, Puleo E, Viswanath K. Communication Inequalities and Public Health Implications of Adult Social Networking Site Use in the United States. Journal of Health Communication 2010;15(sup3):216
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  25. Riper H, Andersson G, Christensen H, Cuijpers P, Lange A, Eysenbach G. Theme Issue on E-Mental Health: A Growing Field in Internet Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(5):e74
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1149)

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  1. Feinstein BA, Bhatia V, Latack JA, Davila J. The Wiley Handbook of Psychology, Technology, and Society. 2015. :271
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