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Published on 15.05.13 in Vol 15, No 5 (2013): May

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Works citing "Evaluation of a Web-Based Social Network Electronic Game in Enhancing Mental Health Literacy for Young People"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2316):

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  1. Lau HM, Smit JH, Fleming TM, Riper H. Serious Games for Mental Health: Are They Accessible, Feasible, and Effective? A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2017;7
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  2. Huen JM, Lai ES, Shum AK, So SW, Chan MK, Wong PW, Law Y, Yip PS. Evaluation of a Digital Game-Based Learning Program for Enhancing Youth Mental Health: A Structural Equation Modeling of the Program Effectiveness. JMIR Mental Health 2016;3(4):e46
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  3. Brijnath B, Protheroe J, Mahtani KR, Antoniades J. Do Web-based Mental Health Literacy Interventions Improve the Mental Health Literacy of Adult Consumers? Results From a Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e165
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  4. 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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  5. Lim MSC, Wright CJC, Carrotte ER, Pedrana AE. Reach, engagement, and effectiveness: a systematic review of evaluation methodologies used in health promotion via social networking sites. Health Promotion Journal of Australia 2016;27(3):187
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  6. Epstein J, Noel J, Finnegan M, Watkins K. Bacon Brains: Video Games for Teaching the Science of Addiction. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse 2016;25(6):504
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  7. Zhu S, Tse S, Tang J, Wong P. Knowledge, attitudes and behaviors associated with mental illness among the working population in Hong Kong: a cross-sectional telephone survey. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health 2016;9(3):313
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  8. Yonker LM, Zan S, Scirica CV, Jethwani K, Kinane TB. “Friending” Teens: Systematic Review of Social Media in Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e4
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  9. Zhang Z, Zhan X, Li Y, Hu R, Yan W, van Wouwe J. Web-Based Training for Primary Healthcare Workers in Rural China: A Qualitative Exploration of Stakeholders’ Perceptions. PLOS ONE 2015;10(5):e0125975
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  10. Merritt CJ, Tharp IJ, Furnham A. Trauma type affects recognition of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder among online respondents in the UK and Ireland. Journal of Affective Disorders 2014;164:123
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  11. Chau M, Wong A, Wang M, Lai S, Chan KW, Li TM, Chu D, Chan IK, Sung W. Using 3D virtual environments to facilitate students in constructivist learning. Decision Support Systems 2013;56:115
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  1. Hanusová J, Štěpánková T, Tomanová J, Dočkalová S, Papežová H. Gaming and Technology Addiction. 2017. chapter 12:230
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