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Works citing "Bandwidth Constraints to Using Video and Other Rich Media in Behavior Change Websites"

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  1. Woywodt A, Vythelingum K, Rayner S, Anderton J, Ahmed A. Single-centre experience with Renal PatientView, a web-based system that provides patients with access to their laboratory results. Journal of Nephrology 2014;27(5):521
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  2. Stanczyk N, Bolman C, van Adrichem M, Candel M, Muris J, de Vries H. Comparison of Text and Video Computer-Tailored Interventions for Smoking Cessation: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(3):e69
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  3. Vandelanotte C, Mummery WK. Qualitative and quantitative research into the development and feasibility of a video-tailored physical activity intervention. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2011;8(1):70
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  4. Bozkurt S, Zayim N, Gulkesen KH, Samur MK, Karaa─čaoglu N, Saka O. Usability of a web-based personal nutrition management tool. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2011;36(4):190
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  5. Danaher BG, Seeley JR. Methodological Issues in Research on Web-Based Behavioral Interventions. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2009;38(1):28
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  6. Stevens VJ, Funk KL, Brantley PJ, Erlinger TP, Myers VH, Champagne CM, Bauck A, Samuel-Hodge CD, Hollis JF. Design and Implementation of an Interactive Website to Support Long-Term Maintenance of Weight Loss. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2008;10(1):e1
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  7. Danaher BG, Boles SM, Akers L, Gordon JS, Severson HH. Defining Participant Exposure Measures in Web-Based Health Behavior Change Programs. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(3):e15
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