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Published on 17.04.14 in Vol 16, No 4 (2014): April

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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2923):

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  1. Manning V, Verdejo-Garcia A, Lubman DI. Neurocognitive impairment in addiction and opportunities for intervention. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 2017;13:40
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  2. Abaza H, Marschollek M. mHealth Application Areas and Technology Combinations*. Methods of Information in Medicine 2017;56(7):e105
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  3. Oliveira J, Gamito P, Alghazzawi DM, Fardoun HM, Rosa PJ, Sousa T, Picareli LF, Morais D, Lopes P. Performance on naturalistic virtual reality tasks depends on global cognitive functioning as assessed via traditional neurocognitive tests. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult 2017;:1
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  4. Gamito P, Oliveira J, Lopes P, Brito R, Morais D, CaƧoete C, Leandro A, Almeida T, Oliveira H. Cognitive Training through mHealth for Individuals with Substance Use Disorder. Methods of Information in Medicine 2017;56(2):156
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  5. Forman EM, Goldstein SP, Flack D, Evans BC, Manasse SM, Dochat C. Promising technological innovations in cognitive training to treat eating-related behavior. Appetite 2017;
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  6. Elbogen EB, Dennis PA, Johnson SC. Beyond Mental Illness. Clinical Psychological Science 2016;4(5):747
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  7. Singh K, Drouin K, Newmark LP, Filkins M, Silvers E, Bain PA, Zulman DM, Lee J, Rozenblum R, Pabo E, Landman A, Klinger EV, Bates DW. Patient-Facing Mobile Apps to Treat High-Need, High-Cost Populations: A Scoping Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2016;4(4):e136
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  8. Verdejo-Garcia A. Cognitive training for substance use disorders: Neuroscientific mechanisms. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 2016;68:270
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  9. Capon H, Hall W, Fry C, Carter A. Realising the technological promise of smartphones in addiction research and treatment: An ethical review. International Journal of Drug Policy 2016;36:47
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  10. Gamito P, Oliveira J, Brito R, Lopes P, Rodelo L, Pinto L, Morais D. Evaluation of Cognitive Functions through the Systemic Lisbon Battery: Normative Data. Methods of Information in Medicine 2015;55(1):93
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  11. Graafland M, Dankbaar M, Mert A, Lagro J, De Wit-Zuurendonk L, Schuit S, Schaafstal A, Schijven M. How to Systematically Assess Serious Games Applied to Health Care. JMIR Serious Games 2014;2(2):e11
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2923)

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  1. Boendermaker WJ, Peeters M, Prins PJM, Wiers RW. Serious Games and Edutainment Applications. 2017. Chapter 14:307
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  2. Weisbrod M, Aschenbrenner S, Buschert V. Psychiatrie, Psychosomatik, Psychotherapie. 2016. Chapter 39-1:1
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