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Published on 26.04.12 in Vol 14, No 2 (2012): Mar-Apr

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Works citing "Design of a Website on Nutrition and Physical Activity for Adolescents: Results From Formative Research"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1889):

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  1. Armin J, Johnson T, Hingle M, Giacobbi P, Gordon JS. Development of a Multi-Behavioral mHealth App for Women Smokers. Journal of Health Communication 2017;:1
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  2. Gordon JS, Armin J, D. Hingle M, Giacobbi P, Cunningham JK, Johnson T, Abbate K, Howe CL, Roe DJ. Development and evaluation of the See Me Smoke-Free multi-behavioral mHealth app for women smokers. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2017;
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  3. Tonsaker T, Law S, Ormel I, Nease C, Bartlett G. Engaging caregivers: exploring perspectives on web-based health information. Family Practice 2016;:cmw084
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  4. DeSmet A, Palmeira A, Beltran A, Brand L, Davies VF, Thompson D. The Yin and Yang of Formative Research in Designing Serious (Exer-)games. Games for Health Journal 2015;4(1):63
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  5. Zizza CA. Healthy snacking recommendations: One size does not fit all. Physiology & Behavior 2014;134:32
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  6. Thompson D. Talk to Me, Please!: The Importance of Qualitative Research to Games for Health. Games for Health Journal 2014;3(3):117
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  7. LeBoeuf R. Barriers to Physical Activity in Children. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 2014;29(1):100
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  8. Thompson D, Cantu D, Bhatt R, Baranowski T, Rodgers W, Jago R, Anderson B, Liu Y, Mendoza JA, Tapia R, Buday R. Texting to Increase Physical Activity Among Teenagers (TXT Me!): Rationale, Design, and Methods Proposal. JMIR Research Protocols 2014;3(1):e14
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  9. Thompson D. What Serious Video Games Can Offer Child Obesity Prevention. JMIR Serious Games 2014;2(2):e8
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  10. Baranowski T, Buday R, Thompson D, Lyons EJ, Lu AS, Baranowski J. Developing Games for Health Behavior Change: Getting Started. Games for Health Journal 2013;2(4):183
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  11. Thompson D, Mahabir R, Bhatt R, Boutte C, Cantu D, Vazquez I, Callender C, Cullen K, Baranowski T, Liu Y, Walker C, Buday R. Butterfly Girls; promoting healthy diet and physical activity to young African American girls online: rationale and design. BMC Public Health 2013;13(1)
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  12. Buday R. Architecture and Imagery: A Profile of Serious Game Developer Archimage, Inc.. Games for Health Journal 2013;2(6):327
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  13. Cleland V, Ball K. What might work? Exploring the perceived feasibility of strategies to promote physical activity among women living in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Health Education Research 2013;28(2):205
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  14. Cullen KW, Thompson D, Boushey C, Konzelmann K, Chen T. Evaluation of a web-based program promoting healthy eating and physical activity for adolescents: Teen Choice: Food and Fitness. Health Education Research 2013;28(4):704
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  15. Baranowski MT, Lieberman PD, Buday R, Peng W, Zimmerli L, Wiederhold B, Kato PM. Videogame Mechanics in Games for Health. Games for Health Journal 2013;2(4):194
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  16. Riiser K, Løndal K, Ommundsen Y, Sundar T, Helseth S. Development and Usability Testing of an Internet Intervention to Increase Physical Activity in Overweight Adolescents. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(1):e7
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  17. Palmén M, Kouri P. Maternity clinic going online: Mothers' experiences of social media and online health information for parental support in Finland. Journal of Communication in Healthcare 2012;5(3):190
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