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Published on 14.08.15 in Vol 17, No 8 (2015): August

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Works citing "Mobile Exercise Apps and Increased Leisure Time Exercise Activity: A Moderated Mediation Analysis of the Role of Self-Efficacy and Barriers"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4142):

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  1. Alsobayel H, Buragadda S, Aljuaid S, Basamad L, Alshehri S, Alhenaki M, Murayshed H, Melam GR. Sociodemographic factors associated with postpartum physical activity levels in working women. Women & Health 2019;:1
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  2. Santos CMVT, Andrade JAD, Amorim ADC, Garcia PA, Carvalho GA, Vilaça KHC. Application on mobile platform “Idoso Ativo” (Active Aging): exercises for lower limbs combining technology and health. Fisioterapia em Movimento 2018;31
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  3. Finco MD, Rocha RS, Fão RW, Santos F. Let's Move!. International Journal of Game-Based Learning 2018;8(2):44
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  4. Kim J, Thapa B, Jang S, Yang E. Seasonal Spatial Activity Patterns of Visitors with a Mobile Exercise Application at Seoraksan National Park, South Korea. Sustainability 2018;10(7):2263
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  5. Molina MD, Sundar SS. Can Mobile Apps Motivate Fitness Tracking? A Study of Technological Affordances and Workout Behaviors. Health Communication 2018;:1
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  6. Byun H, Chiu W, Bae J. Exploring the Adoption of Sports Brand Apps. International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management 2018;9(1):52
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  7. Lin CF, Fu CS. Implications of integrating e-leisure constraints and means-end hierarchies of young people’s perceptions toward video-sharing websites. Online Information Review 2018;42(3):355
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  8. Starmer HM, Abrams R, Webster K, Kizner J, Beadle B, Holsinger FC, Quon H, Richmon J. Feasibility of a Mobile Application to Enhance Swallowing Therapy for Patients Undergoing Radiation-Based Treatment for Head and Neck Cancer. Dysphagia 2018;33(2):227
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  9. Lee J, Gimenez MCF, Yoon B. The Effects of Mobile-app-based McKenzie Exercises on the Improvement of Neck Pain, Functional Disability, Exercise Adherence, Fear-avoidance Belief and Quality of Life in Intensive Computer Users. Archives of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy 2017;13(1):61
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  10. De Cock N, Vangeel J, Lachat C, Beullens K, Vervoort L, Goossens L, Maes L, Deforche B, De Henauw S, Braet C, Eggermont S, Kolsteren P, Van Camp J, Van Lippevelde W. Use of Fitness and Nutrition Apps: Associations With Body Mass Index, Snacking, and Drinking Habits in Adolescents. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(4):e58
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  11. Pagkalos I, Kokkinopoulou A, Weal M, Petrou L, Hassapidou M. Exercise monitoring of young adults using a Facebook application. DIGITAL HEALTH 2017;3:205520761771128
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  12. Lee J, Lee M, Lim T, Kim T, Kim S, Suh D, Lee S, Yoon B. Effectiveness of an application-based neck exercise as a pain management tool for office workers with chronic neck pain and functional disability: A pilot randomized trial. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2017;12:87
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  13. YUNGWOOKKIM , Haein Kim , Hyeonji Moon , 이하나 . A Study on Usage Effect and Acceptance Factors of a Particulate Matter Application (App). Journal of Public Relations 2017;21(4):114
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.4142)

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  1. Guo C, Keane M, Ellis K. Impacts of Mobile Use and Experience on Contemporary Society. 2019. chapter 2:20
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