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Web-based and Mobile Health Interventions  e-Mental Health and Cyberpsychology  Usage Data and Process Outcomes in eHealth Trials 


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

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1. 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 [CrossRef]
 
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3. 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 [CrossRef]