Community Attitudes to the Appropriation of Mobile Phones for Monitoring and Managing Depression, Anxiety, and Stress

Community Attitudes to the Appropriation of Mobile Phones for Monitoring and Managing Depression, Anxiety, and Stress

Community Attitudes to the Appropriation of Mobile Phones for Monitoring and Managing Depression, Anxiety, and Stress

Journals

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  49. Choo C, Burton A. Mobile Phone Apps for Behavioral Interventions for At-Risk Drinkers in Australia: Literature Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(2):e18 View
  50. Orr J, King R, Hawke P, Dalgleish J. Can we text you? A qualitative exploration of young unemployed job-seekers’ attitudes to receiving resilience-building SMS messages. Advances in Mental Health 2013;11(3):268 View
  51. Hendrikoff L, Kambeitz-Ilankovic L, Pryss R, Senner F, Falkai P, Pogarell O, Hasan A, Peters H. Prospective acceptance of distinct mobile mental health features in psychiatric patients and mental health professionals. Journal of Psychiatric Research 2019;109:126 View
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  54. Ben-Zeev D. Mobile Health for All: Public-Private Partnerships Can Create a New Mental Health Landscape. JMIR Mental Health 2016;3(2):e26 View
  55. Shim H, Kim Y, Park M. Differences on Satisfaction of Healthcare Applications by Smartphone Users' Characteristics. Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society 2016;17(7):410 View
  56. Tsanas A, Saunders K, Bilderbeck A, Palmius N, Goodwin G, De Vos M. Clinical Insight Into Latent Variables of Psychiatric Questionnaires for Mood Symptom Self-Assessment. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(2):e15 View
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  64. Lovett M, Peres R. Mobile diaries – Benchmark against metered measurements: An empirical investigation. International Journal of Research in Marketing 2018;35(2):224 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Monkman H, Kushniruk A, Borycki E. Social Media and Mobile Technologies for Healthcare. View
  2. Seçkin G. Emotions, Technology, and Health. View
  3. Harjumaa M, Halttu K, Koistinen K, Oinas-Kukkonen H. Nordic Contributions in IS Research. View
  4. Pedrelli P, Bentley K, Howe E, Shapero B. The Massachusetts General Hospital Guide to Depression. View
  5. Binhadyan B, Peszynski K, Wickramasinghe N. Contemporary Consumer Health Informatics. View
  6. Agbehadji I, Millham R, Abayomi A, Biney E, Yeboah K. Innovations in Smart Cities Applications Edition 3. View
  7. Hegerl U, Dogan E, Oehler C, Sander C, Stöber F. Gesundheit digital. View
  8. Messner E, Probst T, O’Rourke T, Stoyanov S, Baumeister H. Digital Phenotyping and Mobile Sensing. View
  9. Binhadyan B, Troshani I, Wickramasinghe N. E-Health and Telemedicine. View
  10. Monkman H, Kushniruk A, Borycki E. Health Literacy. View
  11. Vial S, Boudhraâ S. Revolutions in Product Design for Healthcare. View
  12. Gál É. Smartphone Apps for Health and Wellness. View
  13. Chaudhry B, Islam A. Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Computing, Networking and Services. View
  14. Greenhalgh M, Duvall J, Candiotti J, Chung C, Waters K, Smolinksi G, Peterson S, Schneider U, Cooper R, Cooper R. Handbook of Neuroengineering. View
  15. Greenhalgh M, Duvall J, Candiotti J, Chung C, Waters K, Smolinksi G, Peterson S, Schneider U, Cooper R, Cooper R. Handbook of Neuroengineering. View
  16. Messner E, Probst T, O’Rourke T, Stoyanov S, Baumeister H. Digital Phenotyping and Mobile Sensing. View
  17. Heber E, Lehr D, Ebert D, Fraunhofer L, Großmann I. Digitale Gesundheitsinterventionen. View
  18. Sooradas S, Vatsa A, Negi A, Singh H, Mantri A, Khedkar S, Varshney R. Community Mental Health and Well-Being in the New Normal. View