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Published on 17.12.12 in Vol 14, No 6 (2012): Nov-Dec

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Works citing "Differences in Reach and Attrition Between Web-Based and Print-Delivered Tailored Interventions Among Adults over 50 Years of Age: Clustered Randomized Trial"

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  1. Golsteijn R, Peels DA, Evers S, Bolman C, Mudde AN, de Vries H, Lechner L. Cost-effectiveness and cost-utility of a Web-based or print-delivered tailored intervention to promote physical activity among adults aged over fifty: an economic evaluation of the Active Plus intervention. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2014;11(1):122
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  2. Peels DA, van Stralen MM, Bolman C, Golsteijn RHJ, de Vries H, Mudde AN, Lechner L. The differentiated effectiveness of a printed versus a Web-based tailored physical activity intervention among adults aged over 50. Health Education Research 2014;29(5):870
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