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Published on 03.12.13 in Vol 15, No 12 (2013): December

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Works citing "Puzzling With Online Games (BAM-COG): Reliability, Validity, and Feasibility of an Online Self-Monitor for Cognitive Performance in Aging Adults"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2860):

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  1. Aalbers T, Qin L, Baars MA, de Lange A, Kessels RP, Olde Rikkert MG. Changing Behavioral Lifestyle Risk Factors Related to Cognitive Decline in Later Life Using a Self-Motivated eHealth Intervention in Dutch Adults. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e171
  2. Feenstra HEM, Vermeulen IE, Murre JMJ, Schagen SB. Online cognition: factors facilitating reliable online neuropsychological test results. The Clinical Neuropsychologist 2016;:1
  3. Valladares-Rodríguez S, Pérez-Rodríguez R, Anido-Rifón L, Fernández-Iglesias M. Trends on the application of serious games to neuropsychological evaluation: A scoping review. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2016;64:296
  4. Olde Rikkert MG, Claassen JA, Koopmans RT. Do Not Harm Older Persons in Primary Care by Case Finding of Cognitive Decline, Instead Assess Cognition Only Following Loss of Well-being. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 2016;17(5):456
  5. Lumsden J, Edwards EA, Lawrence NS, Coyle D, Munafò MR. Gamification of Cognitive Assessment and Cognitive Training: A Systematic Review of Applications and Efficacy. JMIR Serious Games 2016;4(2):e11
  6. Aalbers T, Baars MA, Qin L, de Lange A, Kessels RP, Olde Rikkert MG. Using an eHealth Intervention to Stimulate Health Behavior for the Prevention of Cognitive Decline in Dutch Adults: A Study Protocol for the Brain Aging Monitor. JMIR Research Protocols 2015;4(4):e130