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Published on 08.02.17 in Vol 19, No 2 (2017): February

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Works citing "Navigating Ethics in the Digital Age: Introducing Connected and Open Research Ethics (CORE), a Tool for Researchers and Institutional Review Boards"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.6793):

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  1. Arigo D, Pagoto S, Carter-Harris L, Lillie SE, Nebeker C. Using social media for health research: Methodological and ethical considerations for recruitment and intervention delivery. DIGITAL HEALTH 2018;4:205520761877175
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  5. Conroy DE, Hojjatinia S, Lagoa CM, Yang C, Lanza ST, Smyth JM. Personalized models of physical activity responses to text message micro-interventions: A proof-of-concept application of control systems engineering methods. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2018;
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  6. Torous J, Wisniewski H, Liu G, Keshavan M. Mental Health Mobile Phone App Usage, Concerns, and Benefits Among Psychiatric Outpatients: Comparative Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e11715
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  7. Klurfeld DM, Hekler EB, Nebeker C, Patrick K, Khoo CSH. Technology Innovations in Dietary Intake and Physical Activity Assessment: Challenges and Recommendations for Future Directions. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2018;55(4):e117
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  8. Waring ME, Jake-Schoffman DE, Holovatska MM, Mejia C, Williams JC, Pagoto SL. Social Media and Obesity in Adults: a Review of Recent Research and Future Directions. Current Diabetes Reports 2018;18(6)
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  9. Nelson BW, Allen NB. Extending the Passive-Sensing Toolbox: Using Smart-Home Technology in Psychological Science. Perspectives on Psychological Science 2018;13(6):718
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  10. Fuller D, Shareck M, Stanley K. Ethical implications of location and accelerometer measurement in health research studies with mobile sensing devices. Social Science & Medicine 2017;191:84
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  11. Jake-Schoffman DE, Silfee VJ, Waring ME, Boudreaux ED, Sadasivam RS, Mullen SP, Carey JL, Hayes RB, Ding EY, Bennett GG, Pagoto SL. Methods for Evaluating the Content, Usability, and Efficacy of Commercial Mobile Health Apps. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(12):e190
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