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Published on 17.12.13 in Vol 15, No 12 (2013): December

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Works citing "The Effect of Patient Narratives on Information Search in a Web-Based Breast Cancer Decision Aid: An Eye-Tracking Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2784):

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  1. Shaffer VA, Focella ES, Hathaway A, Scherer LD, Zikmund-Fisher BJ. On the Usefulness of Narratives: An Interdisciplinary Review and Theoretical Model. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2018;
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  4. Sherman KA, Shaw L, Jørgensen L, Harcourt D, Cameron L, Boyages J, Elder E, Kirk J, Tucker K. Qualitatively understanding patients' and health professionals' experiences of the BRECONDA breast reconstruction decision aid. Psycho-Oncology 2017;26(10):1618
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  5. Osaka W, Nakayama K. Effect of a decision aid with patient narratives in reducing decisional conflict in choice for surgery among early-stage breast cancer patients: A three-arm randomized controlled trial. Patient Education and Counseling 2017;100(3):550
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  6. Emmert M, Schlesinger M. Hospital Quality Reporting in the United States: Does Report Card Design and Incorporation of Patient Narrative Comments Affect Hospital Choice?. Health Services Research 2017;52(3):933
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  7. Lund H. Eye tracking in library and information science: a literature review. Library Hi Tech 2016;34(4):585
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  8. Tangherlini TR, Roychowdhury V, Glenn B, Crespi CM, Bandari R, Wadia A, Falahi M, Ebrahimzadeh E, Bastani R. “Mommy Blogs” and the Vaccination Exemption Narrative: Results From A Machine-Learning Approach for Story Aggregation on Parenting Social Media Sites. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e166
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  9. Damman OC, Bogaerts NMM, van Dongen D, Timmermans DRM. Barriers in using cardiometabolic risk information among consumers with low health literacy. British Journal of Health Psychology 2016;21(1):135
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  10. Fiske ST, Rakow T, Heard CL, Newell BR. Meeting Three Challenges in Risk Communication. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2015;2(1):147
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  11. McQueen A, Arnold LD, Baltes M. Characterizing Online Narratives About Colonoscopy Experiences: Comparing Colon Cancer “Screeners” Versus “Survivors”. Journal of Health Communication 2015;20(8):958
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  12. Tuna A, Avdal EU, Yucel SC, Dal NA, Dicle A, Ozkan A, Sezgin H, Gumus AB, Turgay AS, Degirmenci M. Effectiveness of Online Education in Teaching Breast Self-Examination. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2014;15(7):3227
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  13. Hoffman AS, Llewellyn-Thomas HA, Tosteson ANA, O’Connor AM, Volk RJ, Tomek IM, Andrews SB, Bartels SJ. Launching a virtual decision lab: development and field-testing of a web-based patient decision support research platform. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2014;14(1)
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2784)

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  1. Stiggelbout AM, de Vries M, Scherer L. The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Judgment and Decision Making. 2015. :775
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