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Published on 18.11.11 in Vol 13, No 4 (2011): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Impact of Length or Relevance of Questionnaires on Attrition in Online Trials: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1733):

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  1. Byrd-Bredbenner C, Delaney C, Martin-Biggers J, Koenings M, Quick V. The marketing plan and outcome indicators for recruiting and retaining parents in the HomeStyles randomized controlled trial. Trials 2017;18(1)
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  2. Hamilton FL, Hornby J, Sheringham J, Linke S, Ashton C, Moore K, Stevenson F, Murray E. DIAMOND (DIgital Alcohol Management ON Demand): a mixed methods feasibility RCT and embedded process evaluation of a digital health intervention to reduce hazardous and harmful alcohol use. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 2017;3(1)
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  3. Alshurafa N, Sideris C, Pourhomayoun M, Kalantarian H, Sarrafzadeh M, Eastwood J. Remote Health Monitoring Outcome Success Prediction Using Baseline and First Month Intervention Data. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics 2017;21(2):507
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  4. Choi M, Kim S, Lee S, Kwon BC, Yi JS, Choo J, Huh J. Toward Predicting Social Support Needs in Online Health Social Networks. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(8):e272
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  5. Ventura F, Sawatzky R, Öhlén J, Karlsson P, Koinberg I. Challenges of evaluating a computer-based educational programme for women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer: a randomised controlled trial. European Journal of Cancer Care 2017;26(5):e12534
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  6. Brueton V, Stenning SP, Stevenson F, Tierney J, Rait G. Best practice guidance for the use of strategies to improve retention in randomized trials developed from two consensus workshops. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2017;88:122
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  7. Perski O, Blandford A, West R, Michie S. Conceptualising engagement with digital behaviour change interventions: a systematic review using principles from critical interpretive synthesis. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2017;7(2):254
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  8. Boogerd E, Maas-Van Schaaijk NM, Sas TC, Clement-de Boers A, Smallenbroek M, Nuboer R, Noordam C, Verhaak CM. Sugarsquare, a Web-Based Patient Portal for Parents of a Child With Type 1 Diabetes: Multicenter Randomized Controlled Feasibility Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(8):e287
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  9. Hochheimer CJ, Sabo RT, Krist AH, Day T, Cyrus J, Woolf SH. Methods for Evaluating Respondent Attrition in Web-Based Surveys. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(11):e301
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  10. MacNeill V, Foley M, Quirk A, McCambridge J. Shedding light on research participation effects in behaviour change trials: a qualitative study examining research participant experiences. BMC Public Health 2016;16(1)
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  11. Guo Y, Kopec JA, Cibere J, Li LC, Goldsmith CH. Population Survey Features and Response Rates: A Randomized Experiment. American Journal of Public Health 2016;106(8):1422
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  12. Batterham PJ, Calear AL, Sunderland M, Carragher N, Brewer JL. Online screening and feedback to increase help-seeking for mental health problems: population-based randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry Open 2016;2(1):67
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  13. Keusch F. Why do people participate in Web surveys? Applying survey participation theory to Internet survey data collection. Management Review Quarterly 2015;65(3):183
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  14. Friederichs SA, Oenema A, Bolman C, Guyaux J, Van Keulen HM, Lechner L. Motivational interviewing in a web-based physical activity intervention: questions and reflections. Health Promotion International 2015;30(3):803
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  15. Conroy D, Sparks P, de Visser R. Efficacy of a non-drinking mental simulation intervention for reducing student alcohol consumption. British Journal of Health Psychology 2015;20(4):688
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  16. Villanti AC, Jacobs MA, Zawistowski G, Brookover J, Stanton CA, Graham AL. Impact of Baseline Assessment Modality on Enrollment and Retention in a Facebook Smoking Cessation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(7):e179
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  17. Essex HN, White IR, Khadjesari Z, Linke S, McCambridge J, Murray E, Parrott S, Godfrey C. Quality of life among hazardous and harmful drinkers: EQ-5D over a 1-year follow-up period. Quality of Life Research 2014;23(2):733
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  18. Murray E, White IR, Varagunam M, Godfrey C, Khadjesari Z, McCambridge J. Attrition Revisited: Adherence and Retention in a Web-Based Alcohol Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(8):e162
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  19. Tielemans MM, Jansen JB, van Oijen MG. Open Access Capture of Patients With Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Using an Online Patient-Reported Outcomes Instrument. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2012;1(5):e7
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1733)

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  1. Brueton VC, Tierney J, Stenning S, Harding S, Meredith S, Nazareth I, Rait G, Brueton VC. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2013.
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