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Published on 17.11.05 in Vol 7, No 5 (2005)

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Works citing "Feasibility of Adding Enhanced Pedometer Feedback to Nutritional Counseling for Weight Loss"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.7.5.e56):

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  1. Luley C, Blaik A, Götz A, Kicherer F, Kropf S, Isermann B, Stumm G, Westphal S. Weight Loss by Telemonitoring of Nutrition and Physical Activity in Patients with Metabolic Syndrome for 1 Year. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2014;:1
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  5. Lin JJ, Mann DM. Application of persuasion and health behavior theories for behavior change counseling: Design of the ADAPT (Avoiding Diabetes Thru Action Plan Targeting) program. Patient Education and Counseling 2012;88(3):460
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  12. Atienza AA, Hesse BW, Baker TB, Abrams DB, Rimer BK, Croyle RT, Volckmann LN. Critical Issues in eHealth Research. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2007;32(5):S71
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  13. Meriwether RA, Wilcox S, Parra-Medina D. Physical activity interventions in clinical settings. Current Cardiovascular Risk Reports 2007;1(3):237
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  14. Beaudin JS, Intille SS, Morris ME. To Track or Not to Track: User Reactions to Concepts in Longitudinal Health Monitoring. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(4):e29
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