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Published on 14.11.11 in Vol 13, No 4 (2011): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Using Virtual Reality to Provide Health Care Information to People With Intellectual Disabilities: Acceptability, Usability, and Potential Utility"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1917):

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  1. Gibson RC, Bouamrane M, Dunlop M. Design Requirements for a Digital Aid to Support Adults With Mild Learning Disabilities During Clinical Consultations: Qualitative Study With Experts. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2019;6(1):e10449
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  2. Guarnieri R, Crocetta TB, Massetti T, Barbosa RTDA, Antão JYFDL, Antunes TPC, Hounsell MDS, Monteiro CBDM, Oliveira ASB, Abreu LCD. Test–Retest Reliability and Clinical Feasibility of a Motion-Controlled Game to Enhance the Literacy and Numeracy Skills of Young Individuals with Intellectual Disability. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 2019;22(2):111
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  3. Fiske A, Henningsen P, Buyx A. Your Robot Therapist Will See You Now: Ethical Implications of Embodied Artificial Intelligence in Psychiatry, Psychology, and Psychotherapy. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e13216
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  4. Vázquez A, Jenaro C, Flores N, Bagnato MJ, Pérez MC, Cruz M. E-Health Interventions for Adult and Aging Population With Intellectual Disability: A Review. Frontiers in Psychology 2018;9
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  5. de Oliveira Malaquias FF, Malaquias RF. The role of virtual reality in the learning process of individuals with intellectual disabilities. Technology and Disability 2017;28(4):133
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  6. Taylor MJ, Taylor D, Vlaev I, Elkin S. Virtual worlds to support patient group communication? A questionnaire study investigating potential for virtual world focus group use by respiratory patients. British Journal of Educational Technology 2017;48(2):451
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  7. Sheehan R, Hassiotis A. Digital mental health and intellectual disabilities: state of the evidence and future directions. Evidence Based Mental Health 2017;20(4):107
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  8. Chinn D. Review of Interventions to Enhance the Health Communication of People With Intellectual Disabilities: A Communicative Health Literacy Perspective. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 2017;30(2):345
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  9. Lussier-Desrochers D, Normand CL, Fecteau S, Roux J, Godin-Tremblay V, Dupont M, Caouette M, Romero-Torres A, Viau-Quesnel C, Lachapelle Y, Pépin-Beauchesne L. Modélisation soutenant l’inclusion numérique des personnes présentant une DI ou un TSA. Revue francophone de la déficience intellectuelle 2016;27:5
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  10. Ludlow BL. Virtual Reality: Emerging Applications and Future Directions. Rural Special Education Quarterly 2015;34(3):3
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  11. Money AG, Atwal A, Young KL, Day Y, Wilson L, Money KG. Using the Technology Acceptance Model to explore community dwelling older adults’ perceptions of a 3D interior design application to facilitate pre-discharge home adaptations. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2015;15(1)
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  12. Reinsmith-Jones K, Kibbe S, Crayton T, Campbell E. Use of Second Life in Social Work Education: Virtual World Experiences and Their Effect on Students. Journal of Social Work Education 2015;51(1):90
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  13. Keelan J, Beard Ashley L, Morra D, Busch V, Atkinson K, Wilson K. Using virtual worlds to conduct health-related research: Lessons from two pilot studies in Second Life. Health Policy and Technology 2015;4(3):232
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  14. García-Peñalvo FJ, Cruz-Benito J, Maderuelo C, Pérez-Blanco JS, Martín-Suárez A. Usalpharma: A Cloud-Based Architecture to Support Quality Assurance Training Processes in Health Area Using Virtual Worlds. The Scientific World Journal 2014;2014:1
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  15. Antoniou PE, Athanasopoulou CA, Dafli E, Bamidis PD. Exploring Design Requirements for Repurposing Dental Virtual Patients From the Web to Second Life: A Focus Group Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(6):e151
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  16. Atwal A, Money A, Harvey M. Occupational Therapists’ Views on Using a Virtual Reality Interior Design Application Within the Pre-Discharge Home Visit Process. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(12):e283
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  17. Jaffer U, John NW, Standfield N. Surgical Trainee Opinions in the United Kingdom Regarding a Three-Dimensional Virtual Mentoring Environment (MentorSL) in Second Life: Pilot Study. JMIR Serious Games 2013;1(1):e2
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  18. Jaffer U, Vaughan-Huxley E, Standfield N, John NW. Medical Mentoring Via the Evolving World Wide Web. Journal of Surgical Education 2013;70(1):121
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  19. Tarnanas I, Schlee W, Tsolaki M, Müri R, Mosimann U, Nef T. Ecological Validity of Virtual Reality Daily Living Activities Screening for Early Dementia: Longitudinal Study. JMIR Serious Games 2013;1(1):e1
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1917)

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  1. Martins AI, Queirós A, Silva AG, Rocha NP. Human-Computer Interaction. 2016. chapter 27:613
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  2. Hotez E. Special and Gifted Education. 2016. chapter 4:59
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  3. Martins AI, Queirós A, Silva AG, Rocha NP. Human Factors in Software Development and Design. 2015. chapter 13:250
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  4. Hotez E. Recent Advances in Assistive Technologies to Support Children with Developmental Disorders. 2015. chapter 8:168
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