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Published on 30.11.18 in Vol 20, No 11 (2018): November

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Works citing "Involuntary Attention Restoration During Exposure to Mobile-Based 360° Virtual Nature in Healthy Adults With Different Levels of Restorative Experience: Event-Related Potential Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/11152):

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  1. Strong J. Immersive Virtual Reality and Persons with Dementia: A Literature Review. Journal of Gerontological Social Work 2020;63(3):209
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  4. Heo J, Chung K. EEG Recording Method for Quantitative Analysis. The Korean Journal of Clinical Laboratory Science 2019;51(4):397
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  5. Hyun K, Lee G. Analysis of Change of Event Related Potential in Escape Test using Virtual Reality Technology. Biomedical Science Letters 2019;25(2):139
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  6. Wang T, Tsai C, Tang T, Wang W, Lee K. The Effect of Cycling Through a Projection-Based Virtual Environment System on Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2019;8(7):973
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