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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1850):

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  1. Hone L, Jarden A, Schofield G. An evaluation of positive psychology intervention effectiveness trials using the re-aim framework: A practice-friendly review. The Journal of Positive Psychology 2014;:1
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  2. KLEMM PR, HAYES ER, DIEFENBECK CA, MILCAREK B. Online Support for Employed Informal Caregivers. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2014;32(1):10
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  3. Schrank B, Riches S, Coggins T, Rashid T, Tylee A, Slade M. WELLFOCUS PPT – modified positive psychotherapy to improve well-being in psychosis: study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials 2014;15(1):203
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  4. Drozd F, Mork L, Nielsen B, Raeder S, Bjørkli CA. Better Days – A randomized controlled trial of an internet-based positive psychology intervention. The Journal of Positive Psychology 2014;9(5):377
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  5. Kahler CW, Spillane NS, Day A, Clerkin EM, Parks A, Leventhal AM, Brown RA. Positive psychotherapy for smoking cessation: Treatment development, feasibility, and preliminary results. The Journal of Positive Psychology 2014;9(1):19
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  6. Proyer RT, Gander F, Wellenzohn S, Ruch W. Positive psychology interventions in people aged 50–79 years: long-term effects of placebo-controlled online interventions on well-being and depression. Aging & Mental Health 2014;18(8):997
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  7. Parks AC. A case for the advancement of the design and study of online positive psychological interventions. The Journal of Positive Psychology 2014;9(6):502
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  8. Hausmann LR, Parks A, Youk AO, Kwoh CK. Reduction of Bodily Pain in Response to an Online Positive Activities Intervention. The Journal of Pain 2014;15(5):560
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  9. Rashid T. Positive psychotherapy: A strength-based approach. The Journal of Positive Psychology 2014;:1
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  10. Bolier L, Haverman M, Kramer J, Westerhof GJ, Riper H, Walburg JA, Boon B, Bohlmeijer E. An Internet-Based Intervention to Promote Mental Fitness for Mildly Depressed Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(9):e200
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  11. Bolier L, Haverman M, Westerhof GJ, Riper H, Smit F, Bohlmeijer E. Positive psychology interventions: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled studies. BMC Public Health 2013;13(1):119
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  12. Pulvers K, Hood A. The Role of Positive Traits and Pain Catastrophizing in Pain Perception. Current Pain and Headache Reports 2013;17(5)
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  13. Schrank B, Bird V, Tylee A, Coggins T, Rashid T, Slade M. Conceptualising and measuring the well-being of people with psychosis: Systematic review and narrative synthesis. Social Science & Medicine 2013;92:9
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  14. Powell J, Hamborg T, Stallard N, Burls A, McSorley J, Bennett K, Griffiths KM, Christensen H. Effectiveness of a Web-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Tool to Improve Mental Well-Being in the General Population: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;15(1):e2
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  15. Christensen H, Calear AL, Andersson G, Thorndike FP, Tait RJ. Beyond Efficacy: The Depth and Diversity of Current Internet Interventions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(3):e92
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  1. Magyar-Moe JL. The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Positive Psychological Interventions. 2014. :255
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  2. Ruch W, McGhee PE. The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Positive Psychological Interventions. 2014. :179
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  3. Bolier L, Abello KM. The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Positive Psychological Interventions. 2014. :286
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