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Published on 22.02.12 in Vol 14, No 1 (2012): Jan-Feb

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Works citing "Social Influence as a Driver of Engagement in a Web-Based Health Intervention"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1957):

(note that this is only a small subset of citations)

  1. Ianakieva I, Fergus K, Ahmad S, Pos A, Pereira A. A Model of Engagement Promotion in a Professionally Facilitated Online Intervention for Couples Affected by Breast Cancer. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 2016;
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  2. Storm V, Dörenkämper J, Reinwand DA, Wienert J, De Vries H, Lippke S. Effectiveness of a Web-Based Computer-Tailored Multiple-Lifestyle Intervention for People Interested in Reducing their Cardiovascular Risk: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(4):e78
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  3. Maher C, Ryan J, Kernot J, Podsiadly J, Keenihan S. Social media and applications to health behavior. Current Opinion in Psychology 2016;9:50
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  4. Du H, Venkatakrishnan A, Youngblood GM, Ram A, Pirolli P. A Group-Based Mobile Application to Increase Adherence in Exercise and Nutrition Programs: A Factorial Design Feasibility Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(1):e4
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  5. Graham AL, Jacobs MA, Cohn AM, Cha S, Abroms LC, Papandonatos GD, Whittaker R. Optimising text messaging to improve adherence to web-based smoking cessation treatment: a randomised control trial protocol. BMJ Open 2016;6(3):e010687
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  6. Cantrell J, Ilakkuvan V, Graham AL, Richardson A, Xiao H, Mermelstein RJ, Curry SJ, Sporer AK, Vallone DM. Young Adult Utilization of a Smoking Cessation Website: An Observational Study Comparing Young and Older Adult Patterns of Use. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(3):e142
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  7. Leitan ND, Michalak EE, Berk L, Berk M, Murray G. Optimizing delivery of recovery-oriented online self-management strategies for bipolar disorder: a review. Bipolar Disorders 2015;17(2):115
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  8. Parikh SV, Huniewicz P. E-health. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 2015;28(1):13
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  9. Badr H, Carmack CL, Diefenbach MA. Psychosocial Interventions for Patients and Caregivers in the Age of New Communication Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges in Cancer Care. Journal of Health Communication 2015;20(3):328
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  10. Pechmann C, Pan L, Delucchi K, Lakon CM, Prochaska JJ. Development of a Twitter-Based Intervention for Smoking Cessation that Encourages High-Quality Social Media Interactions via Automessages. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(2):e50
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  11. Laranjo L, Arguel A, Neves AL, Gallagher AM, Kaplan R, Mortimer N, Mendes GA, Lau AYS. The influence of social networking sites on health behavior change: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2014;
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  12. Chou WS, Prestin A, Kunath S. Obesity in social media: a mixed methods analysis. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2014;4(3):314
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  13. Agricola E, Pandolfi E, Gonfiantini MV, Gesualdo F, Romano M, Carloni E, Mastroiacovo P, Tozzi AE. A cohort study of a tailored web intervention for preconception care. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2014;14(1)
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  14. Cavallo DN, Tate DF, Ward DS, DeVellis RF, Thayer LM, Ammerman AS. Social support for physical activity—role of Facebook with and without structured intervention. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2014;4(4):346
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  15. Cobb NK, Poirier J. Effectiveness of a Multimodal Online Well-Being Intervention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2014;46(1):41
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  16. Bossen D, Buskermolen M, Veenhof C, de Bakker D, Dekker J. Adherence to a Web-Based Physical Activity Intervention for Patients With Knee and/or Hip Osteoarthritis: A Mixed Method Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(10):e223
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  17. Lau AY, Proudfoot J, Andrews A, Liaw S, Crimmins J, Arguel A, Coiera E. Which Bundles of Features in a Web-Based Personally Controlled Health Management System Are Associated With Consumer Help-Seeking Behaviors for Physical and Emotional Well-Being?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e79
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  18. Li TM, Chau M, Wong PW, Lai ES, Yip PS. Evaluation of a Web-Based Social Network Electronic Game in Enhancing Mental Health Literacy for Young People. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e80
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  19. Graham AL, Cha S, Papandonatos GD, Cobb NK, Mushro A, Fang Y, Niaura RS, Abrams DB. Improving adherence to web-based cessation programs: a randomized controlled trial study protocol. Trials 2013;14(1):48
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  20. Cobb NK, Poirier J. Implementation of an online pragmatic randomized controlled trial: a methodological case study. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2013;3(3):295
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  21. Richardson A, Graham AL, Cobb N, Xiao H, Mushro A, Abrams D, Vallone D. Engagement Promotes Abstinence in a Web-based Cessation Intervention: Cohort Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(1):e14
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  22. Kaipainen K, Payne CR, Wansink B. Mindless Eating Challenge: Retention, Weight Outcomes, and Barriers for Changes in a Public Web-Based Healthy Eating and Weight Loss Program. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(6):e168
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  23. Lau AYS, Sintchenko V, Crimmins J, Magrabi F, Gallego B, Coiera E. Impact of a web-based personally controlled health management system on influenza vaccination and health services utilization rates: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2012;19(5):719
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  24. Brindal E, Freyne J, Saunders I, Berkovsky S, Smith G, Noakes M. Features Predicting Weight Loss in Overweight or Obese Participants in a Web-Based Intervention: Randomized Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(6):e173
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1957)

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  1. Wiebe E, Sharek D. Why Engagement Matters. 2016. Chapter 3:53
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  2. Laranjo L. Participatory Health Through Social Media. 2016. :83
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