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Published on 25.10.12 in Vol 14, No 5 (2012): Sep-Oct

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Works citing "Disordered Eating in a Digital Age: Eating Behaviors, Health, and Quality of Life in Users of Websites With Pro-Eating Disorder Content"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2023):

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  1. Šmahel D, Macháčková H, Šmahelová M, Čevelíček M, Almenara CA, Holubčíková J. Digital Technology, Eating Behaviors, and Eating Disorders. 2018. Chapter 5:83
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  2. Šmahel D, Macháčková H, Šmahelová M, Čevelíček M, Almenara CA, Holubčíková J. Digital Technology, Eating Behaviors, and Eating Disorders. 2018. Chapter 1:1
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  3. Šmahel D, Macháčková H, Šmahelová M, Čevelíček M, Almenara CA, Holubčíková J. Digital Technology, Eating Behaviors, and Eating Disorders. 2018. Chapter 7:121
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  4. Eikey EV. Current and Emerging mHealth Technologies. 2018. Chapter 8:119
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  5. Šmahel D, Macháčková H, Šmahelová M, Čevelíček M, Almenara CA, Holubčíková J. Digital Technology, Eating Behaviors, and Eating Disorders. 2018. Chapter 10:177
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  7. Lewis SP, Arbuthnott AE. Non-Suicidal Self-Injury in Eating Disorders. 2014. Chapter 16:273
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