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Published on 08.01.14 in Vol 16, No 1 (2014): January

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Works citing "Using Ecological Momentary Assessment to Test the Effectiveness of a Web-Based Brief Alcohol Intervention Over Time Among Heavy-Drinking Students: Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2817):

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  1. Arnaud N, Diestelkamp S, Wartberg L, Sack P, Daubmann A, Thomasius R, Bird SB. Short- to Midterm Effectiveness of a Brief Motivational Intervention to Reduce Alcohol Use and Related Problems for Alcohol Intoxicated Children and Adolescents in Pediatric Emergency Departments: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Academic Emergency Medicine 2017;24(2):186
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  2. Wurdak M, Kuntsche E, Wolstein J. Effectiveness of an email-based intervention helping parents to enhance alcohol-related parenting skills and reduce their children’s alcohol consumption – A randomised controlled trial. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 2017;24(2):144
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  3. Guillemont J, Cogordan C, Nalpas B, Nguyen-Thanh V, Richard J, Arwidson P. Effectiveness of a web-based intervention to reduce alcohol consumption among French hazardous drinkers: a randomized controlled trial. Health Education Research 2017;
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  4. Jarvi SM, Swenson LP, Batejan KL. Motivation for and use of social networking sites: Comparisons among college students with and without histories of non-suicidal self-injury. Journal of American College Health 2017;65(5):306
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  5. Kuntsche E, Kuntsche S, Thrul J, Gmel G. Binge drinking: Health impact, prevalence, correlates and interventions. Psychology & Health 2017;32(8):976
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  6. Wright CJ, Dietze PM, Agius PA, Kuntsche E, Room R, Livingston M, Hellard M, Lim MS. An Ecological Momentary Intervention to Reduce Alcohol Consumption in Young Adults Delivered During Drinking Events: Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2017;6(5):e95
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  8. Gustafson DH, Landucci G, McTavish F, Kornfield R, Johnson RA, Mares M, Westergaard RP, Quanbeck A, Alagoz E, Pe-Romashko K, Thomas C, Shah D. The effect of bundling medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction with mHealth: study protocol for a randomized clinical trial. Trials 2016;17(1)
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  9. Arnaud N, Baldus C, Elgán TH, De Paepe N, Tønnesen H, Csémy L, Thomasius R. Effectiveness of a Web-Based Screening and Fully Automated Brief Motivational Intervention for Adolescent Substance Use: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(5):e103
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  10. Colla L, Fuller-Tyszkiewicz M, Tomyn AJ, Richardson B, Tomyn JD. Use of weekly assessment data to enhance evaluation of a subjective wellbeing intervention. Quality of Life Research 2016;25(3):517
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  11. Krah EF, de Kruijf JG. Exploring the ambivalent evidence base of mobile health (mHealth): A systematic literature review on the use of mobile phones for the improvement of community health in Africa. DIGITAL HEALTH 2016;2:205520761667926
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  12. O⿿Rourke L, Humphris G, Baldacchino A. Electronic communication based interventions for hazardous young drinkers: A systematic review. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 2016;68:880
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  13. Bransen E, Lokman S, Kersbergen E. Online zelfhulp bij problematisch alcoholgebruik. Tijdschrift voor praktijkondersteuning 2016;11(2):42
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  14. Dallery J, Jarvis B, Marsch L, Xie H. Mechanisms of change associated with technology-based interventions for substance use. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2015;150:14
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  15. Christoff ADO, Boerngen-Lacerda R. Reducing substance involvement in college students: A three-arm parallel-group randomized controlled trial of a computer-based intervention. Addictive Behaviors 2015;45:164
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  16. Voogt CV, Kuntsche E, Kleinjan M, Engels RC. The effect of the ‘What Do You Drink’ web-based brief alcohol intervention on self-efficacy to better understand changes in alcohol use over time: Randomized controlled trial using ecological momentary assessment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2014;138:89
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2817)

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  1. Kells M, Shrier L. Handbook of Cannabis and Related Pathologies. 2017. :1101
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