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Published on 17.10.13 in Vol 15, No 10 (2013): October

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Works citing "Rethinking the Dose-Response Relationship Between Usage and Outcome in an Online Intervention for Depression: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2771):

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  1. Morgan AJ, Rapee RM, Bayer JK. Prevention and early intervention of anxiety problems in young children: A pilot evaluation of Cool Little Kids Online. Internet Interventions 2016;4:105
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  2. Alfonsson S, Olsson E, Hursti T. Motivation and Treatment Credibility Predicts Dropout, Treatment Adherence, and Clinical Outcomes in an Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Relaxation Program: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(3):e52
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  3. Wildeboer G, Kelders SM, van Gemert-Pijnen JE. The relationship between persuasive technology principles, adherence and effect of web-Based interventions for mental health: A meta-analysis. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2016;
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  4. Beatty L, Binnion C. A Systematic Review of Predictors of, and Reasons for, Adherence to Online Psychological Interventions. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 2016;
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  5. Baltierra NB, Muessig KE, Pike EC, LeGrand S, Bull SS, Hightow-Weidman LB. More than just tracking time: Complex measures of user engagement with an internet-based health promotion intervention. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2016;59:299
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  6. Morris RR, Schueller SM, Picard RW. Efficacy of a Web-Based, Crowdsourced Peer-To-Peer Cognitive Reappraisal Platform for Depression: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(3):e72
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  7. Whitton AE, Proudfoot J, Clarke J, Birch M, Parker G, Manicavasagar V, Hadzi-Pavlovic D. Breaking Open the Black Box: Isolating the Most Potent Features of a Web and Mobile Phone-Based Intervention for Depression, Anxiety, and Stress. JMIR Mental Health 2015;2(1):e3
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  8. Bull LE, Oliver C, Callaghan E, Woodcock KA. Increased Exposure to Rigid Routines can Lead to Increased Challenging Behavior Following Changes to Those Routines. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 2015;45(6):1569
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  9. Duncan M, Vandelanotte C, Kolt GS, Rosenkranz RR, Caperchione CM, George ES, Ding H, Hooker C, Karunanithi M, Maeder AJ, Noakes M, Tague R, Taylor P, Viljoen P, Mummery WK. Effectiveness of a Web- and Mobile Phone-Based Intervention to Promote Physical Activity and Healthy Eating in Middle-Aged Males: Randomized Controlled Trial of the ManUp Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(6):e136
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  10. Van Gemert-Pijnen JE, Kelders SM, Bohlmeijer ET. Understanding the Usage of Content in a Mental Health Intervention for Depression: An Analysis of Log Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(1):e27
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  11. Price M, Ruggiero KJ, Ferguson PL, Patel SK, Treiber F, Couillard D, Fahkry SM. A feasibility pilot study on the use of text messages to track PTSD symptoms after a traumatic injury. General Hospital Psychiatry 2014;36(3):249
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  12. Morrison C, Doherty G. Analyzing Engagement in a Web-Based Intervention Platform Through Visualizing Log-Data. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(11):e252
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  13. Demment MM, Graham ML, Olson CM. How an Online Intervention to Prevent Excessive Gestational Weight Gain Is Used and by Whom: A Randomized Controlled Process Evaluation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(8):e194
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