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Published on 22.11.12 in Vol 14, No 6 (2012): Nov-Dec

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Works citing "Young Men, Mental Health, and Technology: Implications for Service Design and Delivery in the Digital Age"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2291):

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  1. Meurk C, Leung J, Hall W, Head BW, Whiteford H. Establishing and Governing e-Mental Health Care in Australia: A Systematic Review of Challenges and A Call For Policy-Focussed Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(1):e10
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  2. Poppelaars M, Tak YR, Lichtwarck-Aschoff A, Engels RC, Lobel A, Merry SN, Lucassen MF, Granic I. A randomized controlled trial comparing two cognitive-behavioral programs for adolescent girls with subclinical depression: A school-based program (Op Volle Kracht) and a computerized program (SPARX). Behaviour Research and Therapy 2016;80:33
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  3. Pedersen ER, Kurz J. Using Facebook for health-related research study recruitment and program delivery. Current Opinion in Psychology 2016;9:38
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  4. Wieczorek , Dąbrowska K. Zaburzenia hazardowe – rozpowszechnienie, oferta terapeutyczna, dostępność leczenia i predyktory podjęcia leczenia. Przegląd literatury. Alcoholism and Drug Addiction 2015;28(1):37
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  5. Ellis LA, McCabe K, Davenport T, Burns JM, Rahilly K, Nicholas M, Hickie IB. Development and evaluation of an Internet-based program to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young men. Interactive Technology and Smart Education 2015;12(1):2
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  6. Thornton LK, Harris K, Baker A, Johnson M, Kay-Lambkin FJ. Recruiting for addiction research via Facebook. Drug and Alcohol Review 2015;:n/a
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  7. Silver MP. Patient Perspectives on Online Health Information and Communication With Doctors: A Qualitative Study of Patients 50 Years Old and Over. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e19
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  8. Kauppi K, Kannisto KA, Hätönen H, Anttila M, Löyttyniemi E, Adams CE, Välimäki M. Mobile phone text message reminders: Measuring preferences of people with antipsychotic medication. Schizophrenia Research 2015;168(1-2):514
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  9. Ellis LA, McCabe KL, Rahilly KA, Nicholas MA, Davenport TA, Burns JM, Hickie IB. Encouraging young men's participation in mental health research and treatment: perspectives in our technological age. Clinical Investigation 2014;4(10):881
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  10. Amon KL, Campbell AJ, Hawke C, Steinbeck K. Facebook as a Recruitment Tool for Adolescent Health Research: A Systematic Review. Academic Pediatrics 2014;14(5):439
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  11. Chan S, Torous J, Hinton L, Yellowlees P. Mobile Tele-Mental Health: Increasing Applications and a Move to Hybrid Models of Care. Healthcare 2014;2(2):220
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  12. Mayrand J, Bartlett JC. Mental health in library and information science research: Preliminary results of a literature review focusing on information behavior. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2013;50(1):1
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  13. Rodda S, Lubman DI, Dowling NA, Bough A, Jackson AC. Web-Based Counseling for Problem Gambling: Exploring Motivations and Recommendations. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e99
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  14. Van Velsen L, Wentzel J, Van Gemert-Pijnen JE. Designing eHealth that Matters via a Multidisciplinary Requirements Development Approach. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(1):e21
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2291)

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  1. Integrating Video Game Research and Practice in Library and Information Science. 2015. chapter 11:216
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  2. Integrating Video Game Research and Practice in Library and Information Science. 2015. chapter 4:60
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