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Published on 19.11.13 in Vol 15, No 11 (2013): November

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Works citing "Comparing In-Person to Videoconference-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2564):

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  1. Vranceanu A, Hageman M, Strooker J, ter Meulen D, Vrahas M, Ring D. A preliminary RCT of a mind body skills based intervention addressing mood and coping strategies in patients with acute orthopaedic trauma. Injury 2015;46(4):552
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  3. Simpson S, Guerrini L, Rochford S. Telepsychology in a University Psychology Clinic Setting: A Pilot Project. Australian Psychologist 2015;50(4):285
  4. Rees CS, Maclaine E. A Systematic Review of Videoconference-Delivered Psychological Treatment for Anxiety Disorders. Australian Psychologist 2015;50(4):259
  5. Aboujaoude E, Salame W, Naim L. Telemental health: A status update. World Psychiatry 2015;14(2):223
  6. Fagundo AB, Via E, Sánchez I, Jiménez-Murcia S, Forcano L, Soriano-Mas C, Giner-Bartolomé C, Santamaría JJ, Ben-Moussa M, Konstantas D, Lam T, Lucas M, Nielsen J, Lems P, Cardoner N, Menchón JM, de la Torre R, Fernandez-Aranda F. Physiological and Brain Activity After a Combined Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Plus Video Game Therapy for Emotional Regulation in Bulimia Nervosa: A Case Report. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(8):e183